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    Infographic: the number of Iraq's dams and the date of their construction

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    Post by Rocky Thu 14 Mar 2024, 6:46 am

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    Information / Baghdad...
    In light of the water crisis that Iraq is suffering from, due to the Turkish side cutting off water to Iraq, and its damage to the agricultural sector, the / Information / Agency publishes an infographic about the number of dams in Iraq.
    Iraq has 19 dams, most of which were built on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and their tributaries in all governorates, but over the past years it has been suffering from an escalating water supply crisis, which forced the Ministry of Agriculture to reduce water quotas, amid fear of a severe drought.
    Iraq is recording a significant decline in the levels of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, especially in the southern governorates, which has prompted warnings of major impacts on the agricultural sector and the possibility of some drinking water stations stopping work. Ended/25 Q.

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