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    Water Resources: We do not have the ability to change the irrigation system in the country

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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Oct 2022, 4:52 am

    [size=46]Water Resources: We do not have the ability to change the irrigation system in the country[/size]
    Iraq
    12:11 - 10-11-2022
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    The official spokesman for the Ministry of Water Resources, Aoun Diab Abdullah, confirmed that his ministry “does not have the ability to change the irrigation system currently used in the country, due to the lack of financial allocations to the ministry, especially those specified for the investment budget during the past few years and in a very limited way.”
    Abdullah pointed out that “the ministry is facing several problems, including overtaking the precisely defined quotas, with the use of large quantities of water in establishing unlicensed fish lakes, and thus returning them to the dumps.”
    Revealing, in the context of the talk, that “reducing” water releases contributed to the lack of water that is important to strengthen the marshes at a minimum level, in addition to confronting the salt tide, which has largely prevailed despite the release of relative quantities of water to the Shatt al-Arab, due to the large human consumption, especially the villages and cities located in The Chabayish area to Qurna and its dependence on the Euphrates River and its feeding from the Tigris River.”

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