Al-Bajari reveals the existence of external and internal pressures to obstruct the progress of the Chinese agreement
Tuesday 24 May 2022 16:55 | economic Number of readings: 250
Basra / NINA / - Member of the Parliamentary Transport Committee, Representative, Zahra Al-Bajari, revealed the existence of external and internal pressures that affected the progress of the Chinese agreement, while stressing Iraq's need for new berths in the port of Faw to accommodate trade between China and Europe.
And she said in a televised interview, reported by her media office, that more than 100 parliamentarians are working to start implementing the Chinese agreement, "indicating that the Belt and Road project is not only commercial,
but there are development corridors as well, as it will include laboratories, factories and development facilities.
Regarding the completion of the Faw port, Al-Bajari indicated , that the port is simple and flabby and is intended to disrupt the Belt and Road project,
pointing out that five berths are not considered a port and do not reach the level of the Chinese agreement, while she stressed
Iraq's need for 200 years to establish 95 berths to accommodate trade between China and Europe.
And she added, that the percentage of completion of the contract with Daewoo is equal to zero percent,
in addition to the impossibility of completing the Grand Faw port project through budget allocations,
while revealing that some parties (unnamed) sought to craft the agreement by converting it to building a thousand schools. / is over