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Water resources deny Mosul damage due to earthquake

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Water resources deny Mosul damage due to earthquake

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 2:25 am

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Minister of Water Resources Hassan al-Janabi said there were no damage to the Mosul dam because of the earthquake.
Al-Janabi said in a televised statement on Tuesday that "the body of Derbandakhan dam is intact and three doors have been opened. It works very well," pointing out that "the damage in the dam was outside the body of the dam, in the columns, mattresses, staff houses and nearby places. Of the dam, pointing to the absence of victims among the employees in the dam of Derbandikhan.
Al-Janabi assured the citizens that the damage in all Iraqi dams does not rise to the extent of the danger, pointing out that we must work to have periodic maintenance of the dams. "

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