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    Water resources: Iraqi dams were not affected by the earthquake

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    Post by Rocky Wed 08 Feb 2023, 4:47 am

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    [size=52]Water resources: Iraqi dams were not affected by the earthquake[/size]

    [size=45]The Ministry of Water Resources announced, on Tuesday, that the Iraqi dams were not affected by the earthquake that struck parts of Turkey and Syria and are operating normally. The Director General of the General Authority for Dams and Reservoirs, Engineer Ali Radi Thamer, said in a press statement,[/size]
    [size=45]The Mosul Dam and other Iraqi dams were not affected by the earthquake and other aftershocks. He added that the ministry mobilized its staff working in the dams and conducted a visual examination and an examination of the sensors deployed in the Mosul Dam, and it showed that the Iraqi dams, especially the Mosul Dam, were not affected by the earthquake and aftershocks. Radi also explained that "we are ready to receive any amount of water if it comes from the two neighbours, especially, and that there is a storage vacuum in the dams that enables us to deal with any water wave that comes to Iraq." He continued by saying that preliminary information indicates that the dams in Syria and Turkey are in good condition. The earthquake, which had a magnitude of 7.8, shook Turkey and Syria in the early hours of Monday morning, bringing down entire residential complexes, destroying hospitals and leaving thousands of victims, injured or homeless. The strength of the quake was also felt by the people of Iraq.[/size]
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