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Iraqi Expat

Monday, June 06, 2005

Plans for 370 megawatt

$118 million dollars have been allocated to build a new 60 megawatt diesel Power Station in Samawa, south of Iraq. [Arabic source]

Laith Kuba, the Iraqi government spokesman, announced that Iran has agreed on increasing the power supply from 90 to 150 megawatt.

Abdul Latif Rashid, Minister of Water Resources, announced that his ministry will work on increasing the power supply by 250 megawatt to produce 1250 megawatt once the Turkish government fulfills the agreement of increasing the water flow in the Euphrates.

5 Comments:

Blogger Sami said...

Go Kak Latif thats my main man
One of Iraq's unsung heroes and great politicians whom instead of coming on TV does his job and is showing improvement in many parts of Iraq. Much love and respect to all those that are helping Iraq get back on track to civilisation.

Thank you for your blog brother
Always love reading it

June 06, 2005 2:59 pm  
Blogger Ahmad said...

Likewise Sami.

June 06, 2005 3:04 pm  
Blogger Goesh said...

Will the media televise this and show the world the progress that is being made in Iraq? No, they won't. The media only wants to show the problems. Part of me is beginning to think that much of the media wants Iraq to fail, but Iraq will not fail! Soon the monster saddam hussein will go on trial by Iraqi Judges. I have no doubt that he will be found guilty and sentenced to hang. I wonder how much coverage the media will give to his trial? The greatness and power of Iraq is just now beginning to grow, and it will not stop.

June 06, 2005 5:15 pm  
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