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    A water blockade on Iraq...and Turkey is maneuvering to reach an “oil-for-water” agreement

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    A water blockade on Iraq...and Turkey is maneuvering to reach an “oil-for-water” agreement Empty A water blockade on Iraq...and Turkey is maneuvering to reach an “oil-for-water” agreement

    Post by Rocky Sat 02 Sep 2023, 5:02 am

    [size=38]A water blockade on Iraq...and Turkey is maneuvering to reach an “oil-for-water” agreement[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk Al-Hadath: Analyzes see that Ankara is maneuvering to reach an agreement entitled water in exchange for oil, in clear blackmail against Iraq.
    Observers believe that there is a water blockade imposed by Türkiye in order to benefit from Iraqi oil.
    Despite the mutual visits between the two sides, nothing has been achieved. Rather, the Turks, according to sources, have become more stringent in their positions.
    The issue of water is a major crisis in Iraq, as the country is witnessing another dry year that has caused the disappearance of lakes and marshes and the diminishing volume of water flowing through the Tigris and Euphrates rivers from the sources in Turkey and Iran.
    Oil for water between Iraq could be a possible option to resolve the differences between the two countries regarding water shares from the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, due to the weakness of Iraqi politics.
    Iraq suffers from a severe water shortage, as it depends on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers for more than 90% of its water supplies. In recent years, the water levels of these two rivers have decreased dramatically due to drought, climate change and dam construction in Turkey.
    For its part, Turkey relies on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers for hydroelectric power generation and irrigation. Turkey has been accused of controlling the flow of water into Iraq, which leads to lower water levels in the country.
    Some experts have suggested that oil for water be a possible option to resolve the differences between the two countries. Under this option, Turkey will supply Iraq with additional quantities of water, in exchange for Iraq exporting oil to Turkey.
    However, there are challenges facing the implementation of the oil-for-water option, including the need for a binding agreement between the two countries specifying the quantities of water and oil that will be exchanged.
    Large investments are needed in infrastructure projects, such as dams and canals, to ensure the safe transportation of water and oil.
    There are also possibilities that oil for water will be used as a political tool by one of the two countries.

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