04:46 - 05-11-2022
Today, Wednesday, the Supreme National Water Committee held a meeting headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and came out with a set of decisions and directives.
A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office said, "Al-Kazemi chaired today, Wednesday, the meeting of the Supreme National Water Committee, where the latest developments and developments were discussed, to ensure the security of water quotas for Iraq, and to achieve a fair distribution of water resources inside Iraq with the approach of summer."
The meeting discussed the readiness of the ministries forming this committee and their various preparations, and the necessary and urgent needs of the governorates and citizens, where Al-Kazemi directed the need to secure them as soon as possible, in cooperation and coordination with the relevant departments and departments, according to the statement.
The Prime Minister stressed that "the climate change crisis has affected water resources in all countries of the world, and the concerned authorities in the state and government should activate and intensify efforts and capabilities to implement the water resource distribution plan and meet various needs, as well as secure the water quotas required for the cultivation of agricultural crops, especially the basic ones." .
According to the statement, the meeting came out with a set of decisions and directives that contribute to supporting the Ministry of Water Resources to address water scarcity, monitor financial allocations for it, implement small dams and adhere to the established agricultural plan; In addition to decisions related to supporting farmers and affected governorates, and adopting the best methods in the use of water resources to ensure the reduction of pollution and removal of abuses, as well as taking urgent measures to link projects of liquefaction stations on the Marashnah channels with the central stations; to ensure that the water needs of citizens are met.
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