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Iraqi diplomat: Iran has acquired 42 rivers shared with Iraq

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Post by rocky Wed 16 Feb 2022, 5:28 am

[size=52]Iraqi diplomat: Iran has acquired 42 rivers shared with Iraq[/size]

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[size=48]An Iraqi diplomat to "Gulf News":
Iran has acquired 42 rivers shared with Iraq [/size]

Baghdad - Dr. Hamid Abdullah:

Wednesday 16 February 2022 – 02:00


[size=45]An Iraqi diplomat said that the political parties in Iraq are avoiding frankness with Iran about the water quotas out of compliment or fear Or because of the loyalties of some of them to the political system in Iran at the expense of Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]The advisor at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, Muhammad Al-Hajj Hammoud, said in an interview with (Gulf News) that he headed An Iraqi delegation to Tehran to settle disputes over water quotas and what is related to them in the Shatt al-Arab stream, which it seized Iran is half of it according to the Algiers Agreement signed between Saddam Hussein and the Shah of Iran in Algeria in 1975, However, negotiations with the Iranian side stopped after only two sessions.[/size]
[size=45]Hajj Hammoud said that the Iranians stopped the negotiations without giving a single reason, and all they did was that Their representatives did not attend to resume the sessions, which prompted the Iraqi delegation to return to Iraq without investigation no result.[/size]
[size=45]And the Iraqi diplomat indicated that there are 42 common rivers between Iraq and Iran, all of which have been acquired by Iran, and have changed The tracks of some of them are far from Iraqi territory, explaining that the agreements in this regard stipulate setting water quotas in proportions It is known to both countries, but Iraq did not get any percentage of the water from those rivers because of the Iran's complete control over it and Iraq's deprivation of it.[/size]
[size=45]Haj Hammoud described the negotiations with Iran on border and water disputes as a "deaf dialogue", which is useless Behind him because of the partisanship of the Iranian side and its insistence on ignoring the demands of Iraq. And[/size]
[size=45]He said: 720 pillars have been placed along the border between Iraq and Iran in preparation for the demarcation of the border between the two countries However, the demarcation has not been achieved so far, explaining that there is an Iranian encroachment towards Iraqi lands, as There are Iraqi security points inside Iranian territory. And[/size]
[size=45]The Iranian water policy towards Iraq has caused the drying up and death of tens of thousands of agricultural dunums, especially in Diyala governorates And Basra, which borders Iran, but the successive Iraqi governments did not take measures to preserve Iraq’s rights, with the exception of a lawsuit Iraq's submission to the international courts against Iran has not yet been decided upon.[/size]
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