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Iran signs deals to repair Syrian power grid
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09-14-2017 12:22 AM

 



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Iran signs deals to repair Syrian power grid
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Tehran has signed deals worth "several hundred million euros" with Damascus to repair Syria’s power grid in the Aleppo city and the provinces of Latakia and Dayr al-Zawr.

Syrian Electricity Minister Mohammad Zuhair Kharboutli traveled to Tehran as his country is looking to friendly states to help rebuild the country after more than six years of war with foreign-backed terrorists.

Syria’s civilian infrastructure has been battered under the ferocious conflict but Kharboutli said Tuesday the government is working relentlessly to restore the power system and that Iranian companies will have a role in rebuilding Syria.

The reconstruction of the country comes amid the Syrian army making steady advances in recent months and taking back cities and towns from terrorists.

http://presstv.com/Detail/2017/09/13/534...ing-Aleppo
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seasnake
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09-14-2017 12:23 AM

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RE: Iran signs deals to repair Syrian power grid
this is good news, isn't it?
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