Water Resources Issue an Important Statement on Basra Water Crisis[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial Date: 2018/8/27 9:44 • 55 times read[/rtl]
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) On Monday, the Ministry of Water Resources issued an important statement on the crisis of drinking water in the province of Basra for weeks and caused the infection of more than 10 thousand people.
"The Ministry of Water Resources is subjected to a campaign of deliberate distortion that lacks credibility, professionalism and national responsibility aimed at turning the attention away from the real failures that have taken place over the past decades, taking advantage of the disaster of the lack or deterioration of services in the province of Basra and the latest one," a ministry statement said. Terrible incident to pollute potable water. "
"The ministry, while refusing to be dragged behind the campaign of distortion, rejects the fabricated accusations concerning the Shatt al-Arab and condemns the most vehement denunciation of the sacrifices of the security forces, especially the popular crowd, and their involvement in the operation of the Iraqi dams," he said.
The statement stressed that "the causes of pollution in drinking water are clear and the ministry does not want to enter into details because it is subject to the committee formed by the prime minister. However, the ministry confirms its commitment to deliver fresh water to the area of R0 in the area of Abu Sakhir in Basra by Al-Bida channel, which is sufficient quantities for three million citizens on the basis of 200 liters per day per person, and good quality can be examined and measured by citizens.
He pointed out that "the ministry is committed, despite the harshness of water scarcity, in the positions of Nazem Qal'at Salih according to the decisions of the Council of Ministers and the recommendations of the ministerial committee, which was formed by the Council of Ministers and was headed by the Minister of Oil last July," calling for " Basra, as well as calls for respect for the demands of citizens of Basra, who protest against poor services and corruption, and work in a spirit of one team to develop urgent solutions to the tragic situation in the province.
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