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Desertification breaks up the territory of 12 Iraqi provinces and destroys their crops

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Desertification breaks up the territory of 12 Iraqi provinces and destroys their crops

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 3:46 am

Desertification breaks up the territory of 12 Iraqi provinces and destroys their crops
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BAGHDAD / The Agricultural Committee of Representatives revealed Tuesday that the existence of 12 federal provinces, the phenomenon of desertification, noting that those provinces did not produce agricultural crops because of drought and lack of water, calling on the federal government to persuade the Turkish side to open water through Sdosha on the northern border of Iraq .
"The provinces that are witnessing an increase in desertification are Baghdad, Diyala, Anbar, Wasit, Karbala, Najaf, Qadisiyah, Maysan, Dhi Qar, Basra, Muthanna and Babil," member of the committee Mohammed al-Chihod told Iraq News.
He added that "the federal government to convince the Turkish side to open water to Iraq through diplomatic relations and the selection of personalities to negotiate able to convince the Turkish side to open water and increase water releases."
He explained that "Turkey has companies investing in Iraq and must consider the economic exchange between them and Iraq and not only consider their economic interests." Finished




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