Turkish Company Builds New Hotel in Basra

The governor of Basra has laid the foundation stone for a new 120-room hotel in the city.

The new hotel, which will have 7 floors and will include two restaurants, will be built at a cost of $14 million [17 billion Iraqi dinars] on a site covering 3.5 acres.

According to the Basra Investment Commission, the project is being implemented by a Turkish company called Sadikoglu.

(Source: Basra Investment Commission)

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