The opening of the new suspension bridge in Basra


The longest suspension bridge in southern Iraq was opened in Basra province on Thursday.
According to press sources, Basra Governor Majid al-Nasrawi and a large number of local officials, security officials and dignitaries attended the opening, stressing that the bridge will serve thousands of citizens on the banks of the Shatt al-Arab.
For his part, adviser to the governor of Basra, Abdul Karim al-Roumi, that “this bridge implemented by the company MiG Italian more than seventy million dollars,” noting that “the bridge will solve the problems of bottlenecks on the old bridge.”


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