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    Water Resources reveals a plan to construct 36 dams

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    Post by Rocky Wed Mar 20, 2024 11:23 am

    [rtl]Water Resources reveals a plan to construct 36 dams[/rtl]

    sweeteners  ,  03/20/2024 19:43  Number of readings: 93 
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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Ministry of Water Resources confirmed today, Wednesday, that the water situation is good, after abundant amounts of rain, while indicating that it intends to construct 36 dams in the area extending along the borders of Iran.

    Water Resources spokesman Najm al-Ghazi said in a press interview, “The current year is considered humid, especially in the northern regions of Iraq, as a result of the falling rain.”

    He added, “The water situation is fairly good, but we need long-term plans, far from dealing year by year,” adding, “We have not yet benefited from small dams, especially in the eastern region extending to the Iranian border. "

    He pointed out that "the Ministry of Water Resources proposed the construction of 36 dams in the (water harvesting) areas," noting, "The agricultural season is secured until the next season. The summer season is weak in the central and southern regions. "

    Regarding negotiations with neighboring countries, he explained that “the matter is related to the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the National Security Service, and the Ministry of Water does not bear responsibility for it,” indicating that “Iraq is diplomatically weak in obtaining its water rights.”

    Yesterday, Tuesday, Minister of Water Resources Aoun Dhiab warned of a water deficit exceeding 10 billion cubic meters if Iraq did not take precautions, while noting that the rains had increased water reserves by 10% and the number was gradually doubling.

    Diab said in a televised interview, “There will be a water deficit amounting to more than 10 billion cubic meters if we do not take a set of required measures inside Iraq,” indicating that “we have an accurate perception as a result of the strategic We conducted study that plans for the year 2035 because our water resources are from Outside the borders, there is development within the upstream countries such as Turkey, Syria and Iran.”

    He added, “We must work to reduce the deficit gap and how to manage our water resources by increasing the water available to us and working on optimal use to reduce consumption,” noting that “this year, Basra Governorate was tasked with establishing a desalination plant on the Gulf, from which we will obtain 10 cubic meters per year.” The second is traditional water that is not accounted for in the water budget and is only for Basra, but it is an added resource and it is not the last.”

    The Minister of Water Resources pointed out that “rainwater supplied Iraq with 10 billion cubic meters, meaning the water reserve increased by 10% and doubled from what it was in December, and we expect it to increase in the coming days, which is important because We do not need to release large quantities of stock.” Water from the Mosul Dam on the Tigris and Haditha Dam on the Euphrates,” noting that “Iran has large and important joint water projects with its neighboring countries, but there is not a single joint project with Iraq despite the long borders that connect us with them due to political wills, and we must deal in accordance with technical standards away from politics.[/rtl]

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