Iran and Senegal sign power deal

May 13, 2005 02:00 AM

Iran and Senegal have signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in electricity sector.
The agreement was signed by Iran's Energy Minister Habibollah Bitaraf and his Senegalese counterpart.

Bitaraf expressed hope that the two countries would give a boost to bilateral relations in different sectors, notably energy.
According to the memorandum, Tehran and Dakar will seek mechanisms to further electricity cooperation. Iran has been invited to supply power to villages in Senegal. The two countries signed a EUR 30 mm agreement for power projects.

Source: PetroEnergy Information Network
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