Editor Hussein gesture - Wednesday April 22, 2015 19:08
Alsumaria News / Kirkuk
Opened governor of Kirkuk, Necmettin cream, Wednesday, electricity secondary university 132 KV station, which cost up to 25 billion dinars, as he emphasized that the company is executing the project pulled out earlier and sent the minister of electricity a technical team from the ministry to accomplish.
Karim said in an interview for a number of media, including Alsumaria News, said that "the administration of Kirkuk add another accomplishing the achievements of the development of the electricity sector and congratulate the opening of the electricity project to address bottlenecks. Without this new station will increase hours cutting, which finished last for the people of Kirkuk, which cost $ 25 billion dinars port amounts of the Ministry of Electricity and Kirkuk, with a capacity of 132 KV. "
Karim said that "the role of the electricity sector in Kirkuk large circles to serve the people of Kirkuk, as well as thanks to the chairman and members of the Kirkuk Provincial Council who are working with the management team and one for the success of the development of the province of Kirkuk and the implementation of projects."
He said the governor of Kirkuk "We thank the Minister of Electricity Qassim Fahdawi who sent a technical team to complete the work on the project after the company executing the project Siemens Turkey withdrew," noting that "the project includes construction of lines and towers and columns carried out by Soroush Yeh company as".
Karim stressed that "this project is not only production, but will contribute to addressing the bottlenecks in processing power with a secondary lines and stations to ensure the homes and the stability of the processing power and ensure that they reach."
He noted the governor of Kirkuk that "there are plants being carried east and west in Banja northern Kirkuk, but progress has been slow due to lack of funding," calling on the federal government to "financial dues Kirkuk exchange speed because the situation is very difficult and we need funding to continue our plans and projects and service Alkaragokyin" .
The Kirkuk Provincial Council, announced the first Monday (April 20, 2015), a decision refusing the application of new rates for the Ministry of Electricity, urging him to reconsider and take into account people with limited income and equip citizens and national electricity 24 hours a day.
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