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    The first talks of its kind on water scarcity in Iraq, and the Sudanese confirms that it is a global

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    Post by Rocky Thu 02 Mar 2023, 2:26 pm

    The first talks of its kind on water scarcity in Iraq, and the Sudanese confirms that it is a global crisis



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    Shafaq News/ Today, Thursday, the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, chaired the first session of the Supreme National Committee for Water, in the presence of the ministers of water resources, construction, housing, municipalities, agriculture and the environment, the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, general managers in the sectoral ministries, and representatives of the Board of Advisors.
    The session witnessed a discussion of water scarcity in Iraq and its effects on the humanitarian and agricultural reality, and mechanisms to support the Ministry of Water Resources in its plans to address water scarcity, as well as a discussion of diplomatic efforts in this context.
    Al-Sudani affirmed that water scarcity is a global crisis, not limited to Iraq only, and its treatment should not be limited to the Ministry of Water Resources, and it requires decisions to be implemented quickly. And he indicated that there are legal and executive solutions that depend on dialogue with source countries, on common interests, and on cooperation with international organizations in this field.
    The Prime Minister directed the necessity of working on water management in a professional and thoughtful manner, taking precautionary measures to confront climate changes, and working on a number of remedies to alleviate the water scarcity crisis and its effects on the agricultural reality, including resorting to wastewater treatment technology and reusing it in irrigation, and removing abuses. on river water.
    The session also included a discussion of the agricultural plan and the obstacles it faces. A decision was taken to grant soft loans to farmers who use modern irrigation mechanisms, by relying on sprinkler and drip irrigation.
    Water specialists warn of a future humanitarian catastrophe that Iraq may be exposed to during the coming summer, as a result of the severe lack of precipitation throughout the winter that is about to end inside Turkish territory, which negatively affected the flow rates of rivers, especially in its southern states.

    A map published by the Turkish Meteorological General Directorate revealed the extent of the drought that hits every state, which raised fears of great drought risks awaiting Iraq, which depends on water releases from Turkish dams, especially those built on the Tigris River.
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