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    Waving the economic card.. One of Iraq's options against Türkiye to respond to the water cuts

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    Waving the economic card.. One of Iraq's options against Türkiye to respond to the water cuts Empty Waving the economic card.. One of Iraq's options against Türkiye to respond to the water cuts

    Post by Rocky Mon 03 Jul 2023, 5:21 am

    [size=52]Waving the economic card.. One of Iraq's options against Türkiye to respond to the water cuts[/size]
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    The decline in water levels in the two tributaries of Iraq, the Tigris and the Euphrates, and the drying up of many of the rivers associated with them, negatively affected the reality of agriculture until it came to the point that some areas were unable to secure potable water, which represents an existential threat to the Iraqi citizen who is looking and waiting for the government to take measures to do so. To reserve for Iraq and its people an adequate share of water.
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    The political parties concerned with water confirm that the government has options, most notably the internationalization of the case against Turkey to cause it harm against Iraq, and the other to respond with other measures, including the economic paper against Ankara.
    A member of the Agriculture and Water Committee, Rafiq Hashem, said, in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, that "the government is required to respond to Turkey's policy and its continued cutting off water from Iraq by taking deterrent measures."

    Hashem added, “Among these measures is cutting off trade exchange, which annually amounts to more than $20 billion, in addition to the possibility of going to international courts and filing complaints against Ankara as a result of its continued cutting off of water in various ways.” and flimsy pretexts."
    He pointed out that "all political and diplomatic efforts to resolve the water crisis file with Turkey did not find any benefit, despite the appeals and negotiations."
    On the other hand, a member of the Parliamentary Agriculture and Water Committee, Thaer Mokhif told Al-Maalouma that "Iraq has fallen into a major problem related to securing drinking water, as the releases are still far below the required level."
    He added, "This matter bears the responsibility of the governments that did not remedy this dangerous file," explaining that "Iraq, despite the rains that fell, will not be sufficient to solve the problem that the country suffers from."
    He pointed out that "the farmers will suffer from difficult days due to drought, lack of levels and the lack of real treatments."

    On the other hand, independent MP Karim Al-Saray, during his interview with Al-Malooma, called on the government to "work to internationalize the water file against Turkey in order to put pressure on Turkey to obtain Iraq's water shares."
    Al-Saray added, "Turkey did not abide by the international agreements of the riparian countries, after the decline in the level of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers." ended 25 n
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