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    Water stocks in Iraqi dams are only 9 billion cubic meters

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    Water stocks in Iraqi dams are only 9 billion cubic meters Empty Water stocks in Iraqi dams are only 9 billion cubic meters

    Post by Rocky Sun 25 Feb 2018, 2:46 am

    Water stocks in Iraqi dams are only 9 billion cubic meters
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    The Ministry of Water Resources confirmed that the water reserves in Iraqi dams are only 9 billion cubic meters of water, while the capacity of these dams reaches 96 billion cubic meters. 

    The adviser to the Minister of Resources, Zafer Abdullah, said that the water in the reservoirs of Iraqi dams do not exceed 9 billion cubic meters in all dams. 
    According to Abdullah, the storage capacity of all Iraqi dams reaches 96 billion cubic meters of water, adding that the rainwater added more than half a billion cubic meters of water stock. 

    He explained that the water supply provides drinking water for the provinces of the center and the south for the summer season only, noting that Iraq depends on 70% of its water stocks in the melting of snow expected during the next three months.



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