Baghdad - The Republic of India has expressed its desire to provide a grant for the implementation of water and sewerage projects in Iraq, especially in liberated areas from the control of Daesh organization.
A statement from the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Public Municipalities said "Minister, Nafa Oussi discussed during her meeting with the Indian ambassador in Iraq, Indian government's desire to provide a grant for the implementation of projects in Iraq in the sectors (water and sewage), especially in the liberated areas."
She stressed the need to establish a joint technical committee between the ministry and the Indian side to undertake the discussion of these projects and mechanisms of the Indian grant and cooperation frameworks to sign a memorandum of understanding in the future.
She added that "the Iraqi government seeks to build constructive relations with the developed countries in the building and services sectors, including India, and we, as a ministry specialized in the field of building and service, is very important to strengthen cooperation and signing memorandums of understanding between the two countries and the entry of Indian companies to implement the projects of the ministry, especially as we are coming on a campaign to reconstruct the liberated areas. "
For his part, the Indian ambassador called for "the continuation of cooperation between the two sides and the result of the implementation of projects contribute to the reconstruction of Nineveh and other provinces."
Source: National Iraqi News Agency