Iran to build power plant in Syria’s Latakia

Iran has started building a power plant in the western Syrian province of Latakia as part of the Islamic Republic’s bid to help the Arab country rebuild itself after more than of a decade of foreign-imposed war.

10 August 2021
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Iran has started building a power plant in the western Syrian province of Latakia as part of the Islamic Republic’s bid to help the Arab country rebuild itself after more than of a decade of foreign-imposed war.

Iranian gas turbines arrive in the western Syrian province of Latakia on August 8, 2021. Photo: Syrian Arab News Agency

Iran has started building a power plant in the western Syrian province of Latakia as part of the Islamic Republic’s bid to help the Arab country rebuild itself after more than of a decade of foreign-imposed war.

A number of gas turbines have been shipped to the province in line with Iran’s efforts to carry out the project.

Pictures circulated across the social media showed the huge equipment entering Latakia using heavy transport vehicles.

Iran’s Mapna Group, a sprawling industrial conglomerate, has been tasked with implementing the project.

Iranian authorities hope exports to Syria could jump to over $1 billion in 2023 as the two countries plan to ease tariffs and other restrictions on trade.

 

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