Official: Iran is not only cutting off water from Diyala, but opening its muddy banks and blocking roads
A local official in the province of Diyala, Saturday, October 27, 2018, seven valleys east of the province was filled because of the coming from the Iraqi-Iranian border.
"Seventeen large valleys in the Caspian rim, most notably the tributaries, were completely filled by the floods coming from the Iraqi-Iranian border," said Mazen al-Khuzaie, director of the Ghazaniya district, 90 kilometers east of Baquba.
"The road of Diyala and Wasit closed for the second day in a row after the flow of torrents towards it," he added.
A local official in the province of Diyala, announced on Friday (October 26, 2018), cut the road Diyala - Wasit, because of the coming from the Iraqi-Iranian border.
The director of the Ghazaniya district (90 km east of Baquba), Mazen Khuzaie said in an interview that "a torrential flow of the Iraqi-Iranian border, flowed strongly towards the outskirts of the Caspian area during the past hours, because of the heavy rain." He added Khuzai, "Guidance cut off Diyala - Wasit As a precautionary measure because the floods are moving towards the road. "
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