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Iraq demanded that Iran reconsider its decision to cut off the tributaries of its territory.
The ministry's spokesman, Hamid Al-Nayef, said, according to the official agency, that "the IFarm Agricultural Exhibition, which was held in the Iranian capital, Tehran, included holding a dialogue seminar for the participating countries, in order to discuss all agricultural fields and the possibility of cooperation between the participating countries in the process of technical, technical and commercial exchange in the field of agriculture." agricultural products.”
Al-Nayef pointed out that “a discussion took place between the representatives of the participating countries to develop the agricultural sector, where everyone praised the size of the wide participation in this exhibition with the latest technologies in the field of mechanization and various equipment, including the mechanism for installing greenhouses according to modern methods, as well as agricultural aircraft of various specializations to combat Agricultural pests and sprinkler irrigation, as well as seed and fertilization, in addition to modern irrigation systems.”
Al-Nayef affirmed, “The delegation of the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture had important and frank interventions on important issues, foremost of which is the water crisis and its decline, and finding possible means to sustain agricultural areas and achieve food security for citizens, and discussions were held with stakeholders in the agricultural and water sector in Iran regarding cutting off the Iranian tributaries that It flows into the Tigris River, which has deprived Diyala Governorate of the agricultural plan.”
He continued, "The request of the Iraqi delegation was to reconsider this decision and to bring justice to Iraq through sharing the benefits and harms, and to return these tributaries to their previous status, and they also discussed the transfer of Iranian technology, especially in the field of modern irrigation techniques, greenhouses, agricultural aircraft and fertilizers of both types urea and dab, as well as On inviting Iranian investors to invest in Iraq and in accordance with the Iraqi investment law in force.
He explained, "The Iraqi delegation stressed during the symposium the need to adhere to border control in the field of agricultural products and not to allow the entry or export of Iranian agricultural products to Iraq, because they were abundant locally inside Iraq and prevented them from being imported according to the agricultural calendar. Iranian agricultural companies were also invited to participate in agricultural exhibitions." In Iraq, with the aim of transferring modern technologies and exchanging advanced technology in this context.”
Yesterday, Monday morning, the IFarm Agricultural Exhibition was inaugurated in the Iranian capital, Tehran, with the participation of 140 local and international agricultural companies with various specializations.
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