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    Increasing the water storage of dams by one billion cubic metres

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    Increasing the water storage of dams by one billion cubic metres Empty Increasing the water storage of dams by one billion cubic metres

    Post by Rocky Tue 20 Feb 2024, 4:33 am

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    [size=52]Increasing the water storage of dams by one billion cubic metres[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Monday, the Ministry of Water Resources announced an increase in the water storage of dams by up to one billion cubic metres. The Ministry stated in a statement received by Al Mada: “The water storage in the reservoir control systems increased by about one billion cubic meters after the wave of rain and torrential rains that swept the country recently,”[/size]
    [size=45]Emphasizing at the same time, “taking advantage of the water contained in irrigating all the agricultural areas planted within the agricultural plan for the current winter season, in addition to reviving the marshes by supplying them with quantities of water after they suffered from drought for years ago, as the Ministry was able to deliver water in an amount of 80 m3/s to Al-Hammar Marshes, the Central Marshes, and 40 m3/s to the Al-Hawizeh Marshlands.”[/size]
    [size=45]She added that she is “following around the clock the water situation and its developments through satellites,” warning against “trespassing on the river section by exploiting the central islands and constructing the bridges connected to them, which are implemented in a primitive manner and are not adequate for the passage of the flood wave, which requires the matter to be reconsidered and the roads leading to them.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]She continued, “Trespassing on this section of the river had a negative impact on the efforts of the Ministry’s personnel to pass the flood wave into the Tigris River after the Samarra Dam, as well as causing damage, causing bottlenecks, and rising water levels in the areas of Dhuluiya (Al-Jazarat area),” stressing that “trespassers in Baghdad should stay away from The course of the river and the removal of all established facilities, despite the fact that the signs of the flood wave have reached Baghdad and continue to rise gradually.” For his part, the Director of Water Resources in Baghdad, Uday Salim, says: “The staff of the Ministry of Water Resources, represented by the General Authority for the Operation of Irrigation and Drain Projects, the General Authority for the Maintenance of Irrigation and Drain Projects, and the River Irrigation Department, are removing violations on the banks of the Tigris River in the Al-Zafaraniyah and Al-Bu’itha area, to pass The flood wave is directed towards the southern governorates and the marshes, and the passage of any upcoming flood wave during the current winter season, which is considered rainy, in order to preserve the banks of the river from erosion due to the large number of transgressions and the large number of burial works in previous years.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained that “campaigns to remove encroachments help pass the flood wave through the entire drainage section, and show a beautiful view inside Baghdad, in addition to preventing the exploitation of citizens by transgressors on the river bank.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed that “after removing the violations, it is possible to establish a corniche in the Dora area, according to the Prime Minister’s directives, to be an entertainment place for all citizens.”[/size]
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