$90m Water Supply Contract in Dohuk

Kurdistan’s Ministry of Municipality and Tourism sealed a contract on Monday for the construction of a drinking water supply project for Amedi, in Dohuk province.

According to a report from AKnews, the ministry said the minister, Samir Abdullah Mustafa, singed the $90m contract with Ster Group and Homan Ederson.

With the project getting underway, the town of Amedi and the townships of Deraluk, Sarsing, Qadash, and Bamarne, as well as four surrounding villages will be provided 2,400 cubic meters of drinking water pre hour on average.

The project is expected to get started soon and finished in about two years.

(Source: AKnews)

Comments are closed.