A state-owned Russian company is said to be in talks with Iraqi officials on the resumption of work at the Yusifiya power station of southern Baghdad.
According to a report from AIN, a company identified as “Ross Tej” (sic) said:
“The talks included the cooperation in the electric power sector and the possibility of resuming the establishment of the second phase of Yusifiya electro-thermal station.
“The project also involves the installation of six electric generators of 210 megawatt each.“
The first phase of the project has already been completed at cost of $ 550 million.