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Ramadi suffers shortage of fuel and gas after ISIS seized Ramadi Gas Plant, says Anbar Council

Logo of Anbar Provincial Council. File photo.
Logo of Anbar Provincial Council. File photo.


(IraqiNews.com) Anbar – On Thursday, an official source of Anbar Provincial Council announced, that the residents of Ramadi city are suffering from a fuel and gas crisis after ISIS’s seizure of Ramadi Gas Plant and its neighboring fuel station in east of Ramadi.

Member of Anbar Provincial Council Azal Obeid Dahi stated in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “The residents of Ramadi city and its surrounding areas are currently suffering from a fuel and gas crisis due to lack of oil derivatives in the center of the city,” pointing out that, “The ISIS militants had seized Ramadi Gas Plant and its neighboring government fuel station in east of Ramadi.”

He added, “These sites became areas of confrontation between the security forces and ISIS.”

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