Iraqi Minister Tours MAPNA, Signs Deal With Tavanir

Iran has agreed to annually export 1,200 megawatts of electricity to the Arab country for three years through Iraqi transmission lines in Basra, Diyala and Amarah
Iraqi Minister Tours MAPNA, Signs Deal With TavanirIraqi Minister Tours MAPNA, Signs Deal With Tavanir

Iraq is interested in expanding technical and engineering collaboration with Iran, the country’s Electricity Minister Luay al-Khateeb said during a tour of MAPNA Industrial Group’s technical and engineering companies in Fardis, Alborz Province, 40 km west of Tehran.
Commending Iran's noticeable progress in the technical and engineering fields, al-Khateeb hoped for effective cooperation with Iran in these fields.
With help from MAPNA and its modern technology for power plant construction “we can develop our energy infrastructure,” the minister was quoted as saying.


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