Electricity: The US exemption from sanctions against Iraq will help improve energy
The Ministry of Electricity confirmed, on Thursday, that the government is serious about taking a set of steps to improve the energy sector, indicating that it is actually proceeding with electrical interconnection projects with neighboring countries. The US exemption from sanctions against Iraq is considered an energy improvement factor.
“The government and the ministry are serious about taking a set of steps, confirming that the government is determined to rehabilitate the gas fields and ensure the fuel plan, in addition to that there is an intention to diversify energy sources, and thus adopt alternative energies such as solar energy, and recycling Waste, wind energy. ”
He added, “The ministry is actually proceeding with electrical interconnection projects with neighboring countries, whether with the Gulf, with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, or with Turkey, under these payments that need time ceilings according to the stages of work. The American side is convinced to extend the exemption for Iraq for an additional 90 days.”
He pointed out that “the American exemption will be an element that will help Iraq to complete the infrastructure and restore the energy situation.” Source