Iran resumed today after Iraq halted electricity exports to accumulate debt.

2017/3/14 12:23

[In Baghdad]

Iran on Tuesday resumed exporting electric power to Iraq after a break of two months.

Electricity Minister Qasim captured suspects, in a statement for each agency receives Iraq library [where] a copy of it, "said the Iranian side will restart power lines to work after a hiatus of more than two months because of the accumulation of debt.

The operation of these lines will add 1300 mikawat to the national grid.

Electricity Minister did not say if Iraq's accumulated debt to Iran lastnavha export of electricity.