BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 26
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
A number of roads in the Kermanshah Province (western Iran) at a cost of 52 billion rials (about $1.24 million) were put into operation within the "Government Week" in Iran (August 24 through August 30, 2021), Director General for the Roads and Transportation Department of Kermanshah Province, Fariborz Karami said, Trend reports citing Ministry of Roads and Urban Development of Iran.
Karami said that a 3-kilometer road at a cost of 25 billion rials (about $595,000) has been put into operation in the Kermanshah County of the province.
“In addition, 2 km of Islamabad-Sarmast road was asphalted and re-commissioned in the province. In this regard, 10 billion rials (about $238,000) has been spent,” he added.
The director general noted that also, 1.3 km of Paveh-Nowsud road in Paveh County of the Kermanshah province was asphalted and re-commissioned. In this regard, 17 billion rials (about $405,000) has been spent.
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