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Iraq's need of water exceeds 50 billion cubic meters... and its revenues are less than 25 billion cu

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Iraq's need of water exceeds 50 billion cubic meters... and its revenues are less than 25 billion cu Empty Iraq's need of water exceeds 50 billion cubic meters... and its revenues are less than 25 billion cu

Post by rocky Thu 02 Dec 2021, 6:30 am


[size=30]Iraq's need of water exceeds 50 billion cubic meters... and its revenues are less than 25 billion cubic meters only!


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Yes Iraq: Baghdad

It is expected that water revenues will decrease in the year 2035, by only 25 billion cubic meters, which represents only 25% of the amount of water incoming to Iraq during 2019, at a time when Iraq’s annual water consumption is more than 50 billion cubic meters.
According to data from the Iraq Future Foundation for Data, "In 2019, Iraq's total water revenues amounted to 100 billion cubic meters, which is three times the normal rate of water revenues during the past ten years."
"Despite this huge amount of water, the absence of water strategies, food security and water utilization made this great abundance of water scattered," said the director of the foundation, Manar Al-Obaidi.
He explained that "water revenues this year may reach 35 billion cubic meters, and it is expected that by 2035 it will reach less than 25 billion cubic meters, after the Tigris River alone supplied Iraq with this amount."
He added: "Before we throw our problems on the neighboring countries, we must hold successive governments accountable for their failure to implement the policies of financial management and the important strategies that were supposed to take advantage of the water savings that occurred in many previous years and work to create a strategic water reserve by constructing more dams." and more efficient water management.
He continued: "Another point is added to the failure of previous governments to manage a file that may be the most important for the Iraqis, as it affects water and food security, and the parties are still throwing their failure at foreign conspiracies and external parties, forgetting the saying that says,
"Only the weak is the one who is vulnerable to punches."

While the amount of water in 2035 will be only 25 billion cubic meters, Iraq's current need is more than 50 billion cubic meters, and in the future it will rise with the increase in the number of breezes, which means that water revenues may then be equivalent to less than 40% only compared to the consumption need.
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