Belarus expresses its willingness to build power stations in Iraq
15/3/2009 - 13:15
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Belarus expressed their willingness to build power stations in Iraq, and the industry of gas cylinders.
This came during the discussions held between the interim Iraqi charge d'affaires there Tarek Abdel-Malik with the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Energy of Belarus Mikhail Mihadok, which included the mechanisms to activate the Joint Economic Commission between the two countries, according to a press release received here Sunday (Voices of Iraq) a copy of it.
The Director of Media Ministry Haider Al Barrak told the National Center for Dissemination media today that "the two sides reviewed the experience of the Belarusian side in the fields of energy, particularly gas distribution direct to homes, industries and gas cylinders."
For his part, the Minister of Energy on "the possibility of sending a delegation to Iraq to study the possibility of cooperation in building power stations major or minor," adding that his country ahead of all the Commonwealth of Independent States in this field.
The Belarusian companies have established many successful projects in Venezuela.