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Al-Kadhimi lays the foundation stone of two projects in Basra

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2021-04-11T13:10:49+0000
Al-Kadhimi lays the foundation stone of two projects in Basra
Shafaq News / Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi laid the foundation stone for the fourth gasoline improvement units (CCR) and naphtha hydrogenation units (NHT) in Basra Governorate, which are part of the Oil Projects Company's plans.

A statement issued by Al-Kadhimi's media office stated that the latter confirmed the government's keenness to develop the oil industries in Iraq, as it is one of the important pillars of the Iraqi economy and its development, and contributes to increasing financial revenues and reducing dependence on imported fuel products to reach the stage of self-sufficiency.

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