Abadi calls to speed up the drinking water projects in Basra 8/20/2015
Abadi calls to speed up the drinking water projects in Basra
8/20/2015 0 Comments
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
He called Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi , Thursday, to speed up the drinking water projects in the province of Basra , in the face of overcoming all obstacles to accomplish Hartha desalination project on time or before. Ebadi said Office in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met, this evening, a team of agency Japanese Cooperation (JICA)," noting that "the meeting continued workflow project Hartha water desalination in Basra, which fills part Whatever the needs of the province's drinking water. " Abadi called, according to the statement, the Japanese Agency to "the need to complete this project on time and on or before the face of overcoming obstacles," stressing "the importance of providing funding for the project requirements sufficient allocations will be presented during the nearest session of the Council of Ministers for approval." Abadi and face to "the formation of a high-level technical team to assess the channel innovation project 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 projects", stressing that "the team will begin its work immediately." The Presidency of the Basra Governorate Council announced on Tuesday (19 August 2015), that the visit of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi "snap" to the province came to reassure foreign oil companies working in it after exposure to harassment and threats, as confirmed Abadi pledged to fund projects to rid the visual of the salinity of the water crisis that devastated the agricultural reality and caused great human suffering.