Distinguished guests view the new plaque that will hang at the Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources building commemorating the 3-year partnership between the three countries. The plaque was unveiled during a ceremony on June 15, 2019, in Mosul Iraq. Pictured left to right are: Iraq Ministry of Water Resources Director General of Dams and Reservoirs Mahdi Rashid; Italian Ambassador to Iraq Bruno Pasquino; Trevi S.p.A Chief Executive Officer Stefano Trevisani; Mosul Dam Project Manager Riyadh Ali; Iraq Minister of Water Resources Jamal Abbas al-Adili; U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Matthew H. Tueller; and, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division Commander Col. Mark Quander. The Mosul Dam Project started in 2016 as a joint project among the Iraq Ministry of Water Resources, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Italian Company Trevi S.p.A. in an effort to stabilize the infrastructure of the Mosul Dam. The Dam, which is the largest in Iraq, and the fourth largest in the Middle East, supplies water, hydropower, irrigation and flood control to the region.