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    The region's dams warn: The water situation is very bad, and the farmers have told us not to plant

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    The region's dams warn: The water situation is very bad, and the farmers have told us not to plant Empty The region's dams warn: The water situation is very bad, and the farmers have told us not to plant

    Post by rocky Fri May 28, 2021 8:07 am

    The region's dams warn: The water situation is very bad, and the farmers have told us not to plant

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    {Locality: Al-Furat News} The Director General of the Kurdistan Region Dams Department, Akram Ahmed, warned that the water situation in the dams of the Kurdistan region is "very bad," indicating that the water scarcity this year will affect the citizens significantly.
     Ahmed said in a press statement, "The water level in the dams of the Kurdistan region has witnessed a significant decrease, as the water level in the Darbandikhan Dam decreased by 12.5 meters compared to last year, while the water level in the Dokan Dam decreased by 8 meters, due to the decrease of rain this year. Noting that "this does not justify cutting off the water by the neighboring countries to Iraq, especially Iran, which cut off the flow of water to the Sirwan River completely."
    The Director of the Dams Department indicated that there is a plan to negotiate with neighboring countries in this regard, pointing to a visit to Tehran by the Federal Minister of Water Resources on June 13, and that he will accompany the Iraqi delegation to discuss with Iran the suffering from the water crisis and the significant drop in the water level in the river Sirwan and Darbandikhan Dam.
     According to Ahmed, "Dam water alone does not solve the problem of scarcity, but the water level in the dams is very bad. Water scarcity this year will affect citizens significantly, especially those near rivers, and water levels in wells will also decrease."

    He continued, "The owners of agricultural lands surrounding rivers in the Kurdistan Region, as well as agricultural lands in central Iraq, have been notified of not cultivating land due to the lack of water."
     
    It is worth noting that a group of dams were to be constructed in the Kurdistan Region, but they have not been completed yet, and in this context, the Director of the Dams Department in the Kurdistan Region stated that “there are 17 dams under construction, work has been suspended due to lack of budget, and we have requested completion Those dams are from the Council of Ministers, but there has been no response in this regard yet. "
     
    It is noteworthy that the decrease in the water level in the Sirwan River has cast a shadow over the areas between Halabjah and Darbandikhan, and along the borders of Diyala Governorate, and the area of ​​200 thousand dunams of agricultural land that depends on the Sirwan River will be affected by the decrease in the water level in it, and the Darbandikhan dam is approved by 75% On the waters of the Sirwan River.
     
    According to the statistics of the General Directorate of Water Resources, since December of 2020, 49 thousand and 585 wells have been drilled in the Kurdistan Region to secure drinking water and for agricultural and industrial purposes, of which 23 thousand and 625 wells have permits, and 25 thousand and 960 wells are not licensed, most of them are within the boundaries of Sulaymaniyah Governorate.

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    The region's dams warn: The water situation is very bad, and the farmers have told us not to plant Empty "For lack of water" .. Parliamentary Agriculture calls for a nationwide campaign to dig wells

    Post by rocky Fri May 28, 2021 8:08 am

    "For lack of water" .. Parliamentary Agriculture calls for a nationwide campaign to dig wells

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    {Locality: Al Furat News} The Parliamentary Agriculture, Water and Marshlands Committee called for an intense government campaign to dig wells to provide water for agricultural lands.
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    The head of the committee, Salam Al-Shammari, said in a statement that the Euphrates News Agency received a copy of it, that "the lack of water from the countries of the source and tributaries of Turkey and Iran, and their lack of commitment to the share of Iraq, clearly began in various agricultural areas."
    He added, "Many of the people of agricultural areas, especially those that depend on the water of the Tigris River and its tributaries, are in a great crisis that has led to clear drought and the inability to provide the necessary water to irrigate their lands."
    He explained, "The government and the concerned authorities should quickly start digging wells to provide water for irrigation, given that most agricultural lands suffer from a lack of water, which will greatly affect the agricultural and reclaimed areas, which will lead to a lack of local production."
    Al-Shammari stressed "the need for the government to fulfill its responsibilities if it is related to communication with the two countries, Turkey and Iran, to provide Iraq’s share and to carry out a national campaign to dig wells to provide water in order not to be affected by the agricultural season and to continue achieving self-sufficiency in most agricultural products."
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