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    During Erdogan's visit on Monday, Iraq seeks to sign the "Water Protocol" with Türkiye

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    During Erdogan's visit on Monday, Iraq seeks to sign the "Water Protocol" with Türkiye Empty During Erdogan's visit on Monday, Iraq seeks to sign the "Water Protocol" with Türkiye

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    During Erdogan's visit on Monday, Iraq seeks to sign the "Water Protocol" with Türkiye
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    A member of the Parliamentary Agriculture and Water Committee, Representative Thaer al-Jubouri, confirmed today, Thursday (April 18, 2024), that Iraq is seeking to sign the water protocol during the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan next Monday to Baghdad.
    Al-Jubouri said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The Turkish president's visit to Baghdad and holding a summit meeting is very important in the midst of the files that will be discussed and in which the economy and water will be the priority according to the data."
    He added, "Erdogan views the issue of the Iraqi development road with importance and considers it an important gateway to reviving Turkey's economy by transforming it into a transit point for goods coming from China and Southeast Asia to Europe via land and railway routes starting from the ports of Basra, which creates a major point for the discharge of goods, not for Ankara." Rather, neighboring countries and the region.”
    The committee member confirmed that “the water file will be among the priorities, especially since Ankara has pressed through this paper in order to ensure that its companies have an influential presence in projects on the strategic development path,” pointing out that “the ability of the Iraqi negotiator to stabilize interests and create a climate for mutual economic benefit.” This is what we hope for and call for because solving problems is a necessity.”
    He continued, "Baghdad is actively seeking to sign a comprehensive protocol on the water file with the Turkish President, in the midst of the presence of joint committees that held a long series of meetings in order to guarantee fair rights for Iraq in the waters of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and to sustain the releases in a way that achieves joint benefits, especially with the launch of the development path that will raise... The level of economic exchange is at high levels.” 
    Earlier yesterday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that the water issue will be one of the most important items on his agenda during his visit to Iraq.
    Erdogan indicated, in statements to Turkish media, followed by “Baghdad Today,” that “Turkey is studying requests submitted by the Iraqi side regarding water,” stressing that “his country is seeking to solve this problem, in addition to other issues related to the flow of natural gas and oil to Turkey, and we will seek to address it as well,” hinting at the possibility of visiting Erbil after the end of his discussions in the capital, Baghdad.
    The Turkish Foreign Ministry had previously announced, through Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Ahmed Yildiz, that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would pay a visit to Iraq before the end of April.
    It is noteworthy that the Minister of Water Resources, Aoun Dhiab Abdullah, had previously revealed an Iraqi movement to resolve the water crisis with Turkey and Iran.
    Abdullah said in a televised interview, “Iraq is seeking to reach a clear agreement with Turkey regarding Iraq’s water share,” noting that “Iraq is working on preparing a draft memorandum of understanding with Turkey regarding the water file that will be signed during President Erdogan’s visit,” Abdullah added. “We informed Iran of the necessity of coordination regarding the rivers that feed the Tigris,” pointing out “Iran’s demand to open the waters of the Karun River to improve the conditions of the Shatt al-Arab.”
    Iraq is trying to exploit the overwhelming Turkish desire to establish an economic partnership with it and penetrate its investment market to benefit from its geographical location and oil wealth, in resolving the thorny water issue, which has become a dilemma for it that rises to the level of an existential threat due to the extreme scarcity of its water resources, for which Turkey bears a large part of the responsibility due to... The dams it built on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which supply Iraq with the bulk of the water it needs for use in drinking, agriculture and industry.
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