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Former minister: Iran and Turkey are diverting rivers without regard to Iraq's rights

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Former minister: Iran and Turkey are diverting rivers without regard to Iraq's rights Empty Former minister: Iran and Turkey are diverting rivers without regard to Iraq's rights

Post by rocky Sun 04 Mar 2018, 3:25 am

Former minister: Iran and Turkey are diverting rivers without regard to Iraq's rights
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The former water resources minister, Dr. Abdul Latif Rashid, criticized Iraq's water policy. "The water shortage crisis facing Iraq is due to the absence of agreements or common understandings with Turkey and Iran that guarantee Iraq's water rights with these two countries," he said.

He said in a press statement: "The water crisis in the country will not solve by waving power with neighboring countries, but the best solution is to engage with our neighboring countries in serious and peaceful dialogues to achieve long-term agreements for water sharing on the basis of common interests."


He stressed that: "Iraq must understand with Iran and Turkey to develop an operational plan for the management of shared water and understanding on a mechanism to launch in the seasons needed by Iraq, and stored in times that need less during the winter and autumn," noting that: "So far we do not have With Iran or Turkey understandings on the launch of an appropriate share of Iraq from the water, and these two countries often, to turn the course of many of the tributaries and erected huge dams on the course of the Tigris and Euphrates, without prior understanding or agreement with us.


"The solution to the problem is not to link water to political positions, to work on signing agreements with neighboring countries, and Iraq is ready to accept international mediation, through which the use of arbitration by a neutral third party can be used to develop a roadmap to achieve appropriate agreements for water sharing, .



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