Iran to Supply Electricity to Northern Iraq

(Source: IRNA)

IRNA, the Iranian news agency, reports that the Islamic Republic of Iran is willing to supply electricity to northern Iraq.

The managing director of Kurdistan’s electricity department said the Iranian electricity distribution company will supply electricity to the Iraqi national grid at the border town of Bashmag, in northern Iraq.

“According to an agreement inked between the two sides, the Iranian company will supply 500 to 1,000 kw of electricity to the Iraqi national grid at Bashmaq,” Mohammad Mostafa Najafian said.

Bashmaq is a border point between Iran’s Kurdestan province and Iraqi Sulaimaniyah.

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