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    Foreign Ministry calls for exerting "possible pressure" on Turkey before "drought challenge"

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    Post by Rocky Tue 06 Feb 2018, 2:46 am


    Foreign Ministry calls for exerting "possible pressure" on Turkey before "drought challenge"

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    Information / Baghdad ..
    The Foreign Relations Committee of the House of Representatives on Tuesday called on the Iraqi government to exercise all "possible pressure" on the Turkish side on the water issue, warning against facing the country to the "challenge of drought" in the coming months.
    Khalid al-Asadi, member of the committee, said in a statement that his committee "hosted during the last period the Higher Committee for Water and senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headed by Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to discuss the water issue," stressing that "the file is a top priority of the Iraqi government, .
    "Iraq is about to defy the drought in the coming months, especially with the Turkish side announcing its readiness to fill the Alesso dam," he said. "There is growing concern about the lack of water levels, with Turkey's refusal to sign the agreement.
    Al-Asadi called on the Iraqi government to "exert all its efforts and exert all possible pressure on Turkey to ensure Iraq's water benefits." "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has a decisive movement on this side but it requires more effort," he said. Ending / 25



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