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The Board of Basra, on Sunday, for a solution to the dilemmas with the British company executing the project water desalination to maintain, and while pointing to the lack of the province's failure to accept the loan from the British government, which amounts to 10 billion pounds, he stressed the need to be the work of international companies that serve the economy within the federal and local governments contexts.
The head of the provincial council in Basra, morning Albzona, during a joint news conference with the acting British Embassy in Baghdad, Nick Lata, in the Council Building, downtown Basra (590 km south of Baghdad), and attended (range Press), "The government We discussed with the local British official negotiations between the province and the company eBay and tendon operating in the desalination project under the British granted Iraq a loan, of around ten billion pounds, and an end to the problems related to its work. "
He Albzona, that "the local government will not reject the British loan and the company executing the project for the need for them and encourage foreign companies that contribute to economic and service to the advancement of Iraq," adding, "But it must be the work of companies under federal and local government contexts."
For his part, the British diplomat said, "The negotiations between the company and any water and the local government in Basra yielded good results will have a positive impact on the implementation of the water project after the demise of the dilemmas on the subject."
The governor of Basra, Majed Nasraoui, announced in February 2016, the potential contribution of British companies are implementing a project desalination plants to maintain funding from the British loan.
The Ministry of Construction and Housing, Public and municipalities, announced in (the 11th of April 2016), starting the implementation of four water projects in Basra by eBay Inc. and British chord, with funding from the British loan.
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