Dhi Qar Council: The recent rains have revived the lions and the government has to invest them
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The Council of the province of Dhi Qar, Friday, a group of areas located within the marshes and represents a fertile land for tourism investment, indicating that the Marshlands are experiencing a great recovery in the water and can be exploited tourism.
A member of the provincial council, Shahid al-Ghalbi said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "the marshes have recovered after heavy rainfall during the winter, and there is a dialogue with Maysan governorate to open the dams for the water from Hawr al-Hawizah to Hawr al-Hammar. Lifts water levels further. "
He added that "the province is now working on the construction of the second corridor to connect the marshes with the Chabaish district and it is hoped to reach the area of the Panthers and then Chabaish, where it could be a tourist route to the marshes."
He pointed out that "there is no investment offers to build hotels and resorts in the areas of the Marshlands currently, because the region has seen a recent rise in water levels after it suffered during the last period of low levels."
He explained that "a large area of the donkey donkey lies within the boundaries of the province of Dhi Qar, and there are areas of reform and the foothills and Chabaish and Manar and Souk al-Shuyukh, Karma and Hakeika lies within the marshes and represent attractive areas for investment, where it can be exploited tourism and the establishment of hotels and resorts on its territory." End 25 n