Iraq has invited bids for the construction of four sewage networks in Baghdad within a post-war development plan in the capital, press reports said on Sunday. 

Baghdad’s Secretariat (municipality) invited “interested” companies to submit bids for the projects in Nahrawan, Wahda, Saba Al-Nour and Abu Ghareeb areas, they said. 

In a statement carried by Aliqtisad News and other Iraqi publications, the Secretariat said bidding firms must present “detailed information” about their financial position and evidence that they have sufficient experience in this field. 

“Companies wishing to bid for these vital projects must present their bids and the required information by Wednesday at the latest,” the statement said without providing details about the projects. 

(Writing by Nadim Kawach; Editing by Anoop Menon)