Restart after Turkish barges stopped because of debts

08/10/2016
Electricity distribution in the southern region Directorate announced that the three barges that Turkish province of Basra equipped with electric power by 350 megawatts re - run after hours to turn it off because of the accumulation of debt.
He said the directorate chief Mohamed Abdul Amir in an interview, said that " the three barges Turkish that feed the Basra at about 350 megawatts was operated and began the process of adding the energy produced to the network , which, after hours on stopped working due to the accumulation of debt , " noting that "the Minister of Electricity Qassim Fahdawi intervention after stopping the barges and had contacts with the Turkish company which occur in the strongest terms for the re - run. "
In a related context, the governor of Basra Majed Nasraoui said during a press conference that " the Council of Ministers approved the payment of part of the debt owed ​​by the Turkish company that owns the barges," adding that "Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari , who is in the province also contributed to solving the problem, as called Turkish Ambassador in Baghdad and asked him to restart the battleships. "

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