Meeting of the working group on energy supply in the liberated lands of Azerbaijan


BAKOU, Azerbaijan, September 22


The Interdepartmental Center Energy Supply Working Group under the Coordination Headquarters, established to resolve issues in Azerbaijani territories freed from Armenian occupation, held a meeting by video conference, Tendency reported on September 22.

Issues related to the implementation of the tasks and instructions of the working group resulting from the coordination headquarters meeting on September 16 were discussed during the meeting.

The implementation of measures aimed at restoring the energy infrastructure in the territories concerned and the implementation of the decisions taken during the period since the recent meeting of the Working Group were discussed and the next steps were described.

Members of the working group assessed information in areas such as construction of transmission and distribution lines, construction of appropriate substations, design of a gas transmission system in certain areas, supply in heat, etc., and answered questions.

Discussions took place as part of the work to provide electricity and heat to strategic facilities in the city of Shusha.

The participants were briefed on the ongoing work on the establishment of the power infrastructure, including the ongoing construction of power plants in the city.

Members of the working group stressed that the supply of electricity is of particular importance in infrastructure projects, as most of the boiler rooms, which form the basis of the heating system, will be powered by electricity. .

It was said at the meeting that on September 19 this year, the work on power supply and heat supply of strategic objects in the city of Shusha was evaluated on the spot, a presentation on the results of the Monitoring and information on work on heating systems inside buildings and residential areas was presented.

In addition, questions about the ongoing construction of the Khudaferin and Giz Galasi hydroelectric power stations which will enable Azerbaijan and Iran to jointly use the water and energy resources of the Araz River in the Azerbaijani district of Jabrayil , as well as questions on the continued operation of the stations were discussed.

An exchange of views also took place on other issues related to the activities of the Working Group. It was recommended to improve the efficiency of the coordination between the working groups and, if necessary, to favor the practice of holding joint meetings.

The headquarters of the coordination are headed by the head of the presidential administration Samir Nouriyev.


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