Kurdistan Ministry of Municipality and Tourism sealed Monday a contract for construction of drinking water project for Amedi area within Dohuk province.
The minister, Samir Abdullah Mustafa, singed the contract priced at 90,000,000 U.S. Dollars with the Lebanese Ster Group and Homan Ederson companies according to astatement issued by the ministry.
With this project getting underway, the town of Amedi and the townships of Deraluk, Sarsing, Qadash, and Bamarne, as well as four surrounding villages will receive 2,400 cubic meters of drinking water pre hour on average.
The project will get started soon and finished in almost two years.
Amedi area, 70 km northeast of Dohuk, 467 km north Baghdad, encompasses five townships including Bamarne, Deraluk, Sarsing.
Source: Iraq Daily Journal, February 23, 2011