A railway line will be built between Iraq's northern city of Mosul and Turkey, according to the governor of Mosul, Najim al-Jubouri. The railway between Mosul's center towards the Turkey border aimed to reduce the intensity at the land border crossing.
A team of engineers with the support of Turkish companies will start laying a new modern rail line between the two countries in the coming days.
No details are available on the project budget and cost.
source: commonspace.eu with Anadolu News Agency (Ankara)
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