Iran to Supply Water Treatment Materials to Iraq

By John Lee.

Iraq‘s Ministry of Construction and Housing and Public Municipalities is reported to be about to sign a contract worth 10 billion Iraqi dinars ($8.6 million; 260 billion Iranian rials) with an Iranian company to buy chlorine and alum for water purification.

Tariq al-Kikhany said that in view of the cholera epidemic that has hit a number of central and southern governorates in Iraq, the materials will be delivered urgently to water treatment plants in Baghdad and across the provinces.

His statement followed a meeting with Rostam Ghasemi [Qasemi] (pictured), Chairman of the Economic Commission for Iranian-Iraqi relations [Iran-Iraq Economic Development Committee], and the Iranian ambassador, Hassan Danaii [Hassan Danaei Far, Hassan Danaifar].

(Source: Shafaaq)

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