Italian company intends to implement electricity projects and the transfer of power in Dhi Qar

​The representative of the company Masco Ambyanty] during a meeting with Italian Prime province of Dhi Qar, about his company's intention to sign memorandums of understanding with the local government for the implementation of electricity projects. A statement by the Office of the President of the provincial council, Hamid Gazan, received by all of Iraq [where], a copy of the Gazan "discussed with a delegation of Italian companies investment opportunities and incomes in the province to implement projects in accordance with the payment on credit sectors of tourism, infrastructure, electricity and health system."
The statement quoted the Gazan say that "the meeting discussed a number of important topics that advance in various sectors," pointing to "the agreement to provide all facilities and provide a safe environment with the work of Italian companies in the province to activate, along with tourism, archeology, health, infrastructure and electricity."
He added that "Masco Ambyanty company expressed its readiness to implement projects in the electricity sector, especially in the secondary stations in addition to finding solutions to bottlenecks in power transmission networks."
Gazan and pointed out that "the local government is keen to activate, support and investment of the private sector to contribute to the development of the economy, and reduce the unemployment rate in the province in light of the financial crisis experienced by the country."
For his part, representative of the company said Marco [Masco Ambyanty], according to the statement that "the happy Italian companies to visit the city of Nasiriyah, and we made during our meeting the President of the Council the nature of the work of companies, quality and projects carried out."
And that "those companies seeking to perform a task and service projects in Dhi Qar province," adding that "the delegation companies will renew his visit to the province in the coming weeks for meetings with the local government and the signing of memoranda of understanding" .