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A parliamentarian sounds the alarm in Basra: Iraq is suffering from drought

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A parliamentarian sounds the alarm in Basra: Iraq is suffering from drought Empty A parliamentarian sounds the alarm in Basra: Iraq is suffering from drought

Post by rocky Mon 25 Oct 2021, 5:58 am

[size=52]A parliamentarian sounds the alarm in Basra: Iraq is suffering from drought[/size]

[size=45]The Secretary-General of the Belady Movement and the winner of the elections, Zahra Al-Bajari, warned that Iraq is on the verge of the "strongest war," noting that Iraq may suffer from a deadly drought in the coming years.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Bajari told Rudaw Media Network, today, Sunday (October 24, 2021), that “in southern Iraq, especially in Basra Governorate, there is a high rise in the pollution rate, for several reasons,” explaining that “among the reasons, oil and companies working in this The field, in addition to the highly polluted water that reaches Basra through the Tigris and Euphrates.”[/size]
[size=45]The Minister of Environment, Jassim Al-Falahi, stressed that Iraq faces serious challenges in the environmental fields, as it is the fifth most affected country in the world by the issue of climate change from pollution, desertification, drought, dust storms and decreasing water revenues, which affects food and water security significantly and, as a consequence, on national security.[/size]
[size=45]“We call on the current or future government to look into this issue, because it negatively affects public life and citizens,” according to Al-Bajari, who pointed out that “the remnants of war in Basra Governorate, which are still unseen, have caused explosions that killed many people.” People have also caused amputations, and this issue has also not been taken care of by the government.” The Secretary-General of my country’s movement, warned of “the coming water war, and we are on the verge of a war stronger than any second war, given that Iraq benefits from the Tigris and Euphrates and their tributaries, but any preparations for this war are not,” stressing that “Iraq may suffer.” from a deadly drought in the coming years.”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Bajari, explained that “despite the announcement of Basra free of radiation, this announcement is not true, because there are still carcinogenic materials as well as radioactive materials present inside Basra that have not been treated so far.”[/size]
[size=45]It is noteworthy that Basra contains 26 contaminated sites in areas, including Al-Darhamiyah, Al-Hawir, Al-Rumaila, Abu Al-Khasib, Al-Barjisiya, Al-Qurnah, Jabal Sanam, and Al-Faw.[/size]
[size=45]Basra was the scene of military operations during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988), and it also suffered a lot because of the American bombardment in the 1991 Gulf War and the occupation of Iraq in 2003, as well as the remnants of the missiles fired by the American forces on a group of military and civilian targets.[/size]
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