Baghdad - INA
Planning Minister Nuri Sabah al-Dulaimi, on Wednesday, discussed with the French company Alstom, studies and designs of the suspended train in Baghdad.
Al-Dulaimi is a delegation from Alstom, a French company specializing in railway infrastructure and the railway industry, including Dedier Pfluger, CEO of the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa, and Marc Grosset, CEO of the company in Iraq, his office said in a statement. During the meeting, they discussed the studies and designs of the suspended train in Baghdad and the possible projects to be implemented in other provinces.
Dulaimi, according to the statement, the strategy of the Iraqi government in communicating with international companies specialized to implement service projects in all fields, stressing the importance of the Iraqi private sector a direct contribution to cooperation and implementation procedures,pointing to the need for the contribution of international companies in the development Iraqi experience and provide more job opportunities for degree holders.
Saleh Abdullah, Minister of Industry and Minerals, opened a factory of asphalt coatings in Anbar province, which is considred the first industrial project there after liberating the province, INA's correspondent said.