The Ministry of Communications, set up on Saturday, a mechanism for the implementation and marketing of projects by the Japanese company Nippon Koya, noting that the project provides 150 thousand light lines distributed on both sides of Karkh and Rusafa in Baghdad.
“The Japanese loan team at the Ministry of Communications held an expanded meeting under the chairmanship of Bassem al-Asadi, the head of the team, the director general of the planning and follow-up department with the representatives of JICA, Nippon Koya and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) To explore the vision of PPP. ”
He added that “during the meeting it was agreed to sign an annex with Nippon Koya of the remaining amount of the Japanese loan for the purpose of offering advice in the stage of advertising and technical study and differentiation between the developed companies for marketing while at the same time preparing a study that sets out a mechanism and clear foundations for the methods of participation to implement the projects of the telecommunications company, Nippon Koya. ”
The statement pointed out that “will be briefed Kazem al-Hassani adviser to the Prime Minister and head of the follow-up projects of the Japanese loan to indicate the possibility of circulating the proposals on the other ministries and work in the future,” and “JICA expressed its support for the idea and announced Nippon Koya ready to support the ministry and its formations through technical consultations “He said.
He pointed out that “the general manager of the General Company for Communications Nazem Left Khashjouri expressed his satisfaction to support the company N.K) consulting companies of the ministry,” noting that “these actions come in implementation of the directives of Minister of Communications Hassan Kazem Al-Rashed, the need to speed up the marketing process to provide the best and best services to citizens and government institutions And the prices supported by the state, “note that” the project provides 150 thousand light lines distributed on both sides of Karkh and Rusafa in Baghdad, one of four projects completed completely out of the twenty-four project submitted by the Japanese government to the Iraqi people “