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An Iraqi governorate resolves the “Iranian torrents” storage file: We lost large quantities

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An Iraqi governorate resolves the “Iranian torrents” storage file: We lost large quantities Empty An Iraqi governorate resolves the “Iranian torrents” storage file: We lost large quantities

Post by rocky Thu 25 Nov 2021, 6:53 am

[size=52]An Iraqi governorate resolves the “Iranian torrents” storage file: We lost large quantities[/size]

[size=45] Today, Wednesday, a government official in Diyala resolved the controversy over the possibility of storing the torrents flowing from the Iraqi-Iranian border east of Diyala, confirming the loss of large quantities of water.[/size]
[size=45]The director of Qazaniya district, Mazen al-Khuzai, said in an interview that "the border areas east of Diyala include two dams for storing torrential water, they are (Mandali - Qazaniya), but they have been outside the scope of the actual work of storage for years due to the accumulation of mud deposits that flooded 90% of the storage basin, which means that it is impossible to store any quantity from the flowing torrents .”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Khuza’i added, “The past 24 hours, the eastern border areas of Diyala witnessed the flow of torrents in good quantities towards the valleys, including the Oil Valley, and they cannot be stored at the present time,” noting that “the only benefit from them is feeding the agricultural villages near the border depressions and increasing the storage of groundwater .”[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the quantities of torrential rains flowing from the Iraqi-Iranian borders, if they were stored in dams, would change the situation of the entire eastern Diyala regions, especially as it suffers from a continuous drought crisis, although it is the highest in the flow of seasonal torrents at the governorate level."[/size]
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