Tajikistan calls for Iran company contribution to energy projects

Tehran, Jan 25, IRNA – Advisor to Tajikistan Ambassador in Tehran Mr. Nezami in a meeting with Managing Director of Iran Power &Water Industries & Services Export (SUNIR) Bahman Salehi called for contribution of the company to energy projects in Tajikistan.

Referring to existence of huge natural resources of coal and water in Tajikistan, Salehi welcomed invitation.
Salehi added that SUNIR can provide equipment as well as technical and engineering services for contractors in Tajikistan.
He added that SUNIR over the past two decades has implemented more than 200 projects in other countries.
Now, SUNIR is working on 17 projects worth more than 650 million dollars in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Oman, Iraqi Kurdistan, Armenia, Sri Lanka and Ethiopia.
The Tajik official referring to Tajikistan's intention to implement power and water projects said that east Tajikistan has capacity for construction of electrical power plants in the form of 'BOT'.
Iran imported 19 million dollars worth of goods from Tajikistan in 1392 (two years ago) and exported commodities valued at 248 million dollars to Tajikistan in the same year.