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    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Dec 2022, 4:25 am

    [size=46]Environment Minister: The government has put water scarcity and desertification at the forefront of its programs[/size]
    Iraq
    19:47 - 2022-12-21
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    Today, Wednesday, Environment Minister Nizar Amidi called on the United Nations to intensify environmental projects and programs in all governorates, while noting that the government has placed water scarcity and desertification at the forefront of its programs.
    The media office of the ministry said in a statement: "The minister discussed with the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ghulam Muhammad Isakzai, the importance of intensifying the international and international effort in dealing with the Iraqi environmental file with double privacy and interest," stressing, "Iraq, due to the many wars and crises, has been lacking for several years." Contracts for infrastructure projects that secure the environmental situation, in addition to increasing population growth rates, accompanied by serious damage caused by drought, climate change, desertification, the decline of agricultural lands, and a clear rise in temperatures for the Iraqi people.
    The minister added, "Iraq's problem has become humanitarian, not political, and the United Nations must intensify environmental projects and programs throughout the Iraqi governorates, especially the most affected cities," pointing out that "the government has put water scarcity and desertification at the forefront of its programs."
    For his part, Isakzai expressed his happiness at the return of the Iraqi Ministry of Environment as an independent federal ministry that carries out its oversight and awareness role, stressing, “The UN mission’s desire to strengthen and multiply bridges of cooperation in projects and programs that contribute to mitigating the effects of climate change and benefiting from the average time in realizing this desire for all environmental activities and maximizing International support and benefit from the upcoming climate summit talks (COP 28), which will be held soon in the United Arab Emirates.
    He added, "The United Nations will be present and supportive of all steps that contribute to improving the environmental situation in Iraq and the region."

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