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Kurdistan Agriculture: Iran cut off the waters of the Diyala River by 100% and changed its course

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Kurdistan Agriculture: Iran cut off the waters of the Diyala River by 100% and changed its course Empty Kurdistan Agriculture: Iran cut off the waters of the Diyala River by 100% and changed its course

Post by rocky Mon 29 Nov 2021, 6:42 am

Kurdistan Agriculture: Iran cut off the waters of the Diyala River by 100% and changed its course
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The Ministry of Agriculture in the Kurdistan Regional Government confirmed that the Iranian side has completely stopped the water supply to the Diyala River.
Ministry spokesman Hussein Hama Karim said that Iran has cut off the waters of the Diyala River by one hundred percent, as well as changing its course within its lands, as well as changing the course of the Little Zab River, indicating that the percentage of water supplies that the Diyala River obtains from inside Iran is seventy percent of its total water.
Hussein added that these measures, in addition to the decreasing rates of rain that fell during the last winter and spring seasons, led to the drying of lands in the Kurdistan region and the damage to the agricultural sector significantly.
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