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    Water Resources announces its plan to reduce the effects of water scarcity

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    Water Resources announces its plan to reduce the effects of water scarcity Empty Water Resources announces its plan to reduce the effects of water scarcity

    Post by Rocky Mon 14 Nov 2022, 5:26 am

    [size=46]Water Resources announces its plan to reduce the effects of water scarcity[/size]
    Iraq
    13:23 - 2022-11-14
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    Today, Monday, the Ministry of Water Resources announced a two-pronged plan to reduce the effects of water scarcity, while indicating the development of a strategic study to expand groundwater uses. 
    The ministry's spokesman, Ali Radhi, said, "The conditions of water scarcity from which Iraq suffers were repeated for more than one season until they became a reality. Therefore, there were directives from Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, as well as from Minister of Water Resources Aoun Diab, to focus on main axes." In order to mitigate the effects of water scarcity on citizens, in addition to delving into the issue of the main files that we must engage with the upstream countries. 
    Rady added, "Reducing the effects of water scarcity is divided into two axes. The first is internal, which is to ensure fair distribution of water to all sectors, including the agricultural sectors and the raw water sector for liquefaction stations, in addition to all other uses, the share of the marshes, as well as the share of Basra to push the salt tongue."
    He pointed out, "The priorities of the ministry's goals are the equitable distribution of sectors according to established plans, including plans for water releases from dams and reservoirs with the available water reserves, in addition to continuing the process of preventing and lifting abuses, especially with regard to abuse of water quotas and river sections, as well as Preventing water pollution and cutting off sources of pollution,” explaining that “the causes of water scarcity are multiple, including natural causes according to the nature of the changing water year between scarce, moderate, and flooding, as well as the impact of climate changes that affected Iraq, in addition to technical reasons related to the expansion of upstream countries to build reservoir dams.” And the expansion of irrigation projects, in addition to the large population growth.
    He stressed, "The other axis is external, which includes Iraq's significant openness in relations with the upstream countries, through negotiation committees and communication with the two neighbors Turkey and Iran, as well as Syria, to support the water file, which guarantees Iraq's water rights and in application of all international conventions and norms."
    With regard to groundwater, Radi stated, "The ministry has drawn up a strategic study to expand the use of groundwater as an alternative to areas where surface water is difficult to reach." 
    And he indicated that "the ministry is focusing on this aspect greatly in order to ensure that water reaches all agricultural areas that were approved within the established plans, as well as ensuring that water reaches all users."

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