3 New Drinking Water Units in Basra

Three new drinking water units, funded by the Iraqi government’s Basra rebuilding and development committee, have been launched in Basra on Thursday.

“The three units’ total capacity is 400 cubic meters per hour,” Rasheed al-Fahad, the committee’s spokesperson, told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

He said that the cost of the three units was around ID3 billion.

The oil-rich city of Basra lies 590 km south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad.

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