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The Japanese Ambassador to Iraq, Futoshi Matsumoto, announced on Sunday that the Japanese government is setting up seven new projects in Iraq. He indicated that two projects are scheduled to be carried out in 2023, clarifying that the first is the Basra Refinery Upgrading Project and the second is a water desalination project in Muthanna governorate. Matsumoto elaborated that the cost of the project in Muthanna is $300 million, noting that it is a very important project to develop the infrastructure in Iraq.

Japan announces setting up 7 new projects in Iraq

The Japanese Ambassador to Iraq, Futoshi Matsumoto, announced on Sunday that the Japanese government is setting up seven new projects in Iraq. He indicated that two projects are scheduled to be carried out in 2023, clarifying that the first is the Basra Refinery Upgrading Project and the second is a water desalination project in Muthanna governorate. Matsumoto elaborated that the cost of the project in Muthanna is $300 million, noting that it is a very important project to develop the infrastructure in Iraq.

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