Abadi calls for Japan to accomplish Hartha water desalination project
Called on Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said Thursday the Japanese Agency to accomplish Hartha water desalination project in Basra province, and the face of overcoming all obstacles, including the financial to complete the project, said the formation of a technical team to assess the channel innovation project and its ability to provide water filtering projects.
Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi contract, in his office on Thursday, meeting with the agency Japanese Cooperation (JICA) to overcome all the obstacles in order to provide drinking water to the province of Basra ".
The statement added that "the meeting, they discussed the functioning of the water desalination in Hartha in Basra project, which fills an important part of the province's needs for drinking water."
The statement quoted al-Abadi, "his emphasis on the need to complete this project on time or before and face overcoming the obstacles, including the provision to finance the project requirements sufficient allocations will be presented during the nearest session of the Council of Ministers for approval."
The statement that "the face of the formation of a high-Abadi-level technical team to assess the project to channel heresy that the team provides a quick report on how to increase the amount of water transferred to the filter and to provide the people of Basra by the projects and his team will begin work immediately."
And complaining of Basra shortage of drinking water despite the concerned authorities announce the existence of projects to deliver clean drinking water to the citizens
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