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    The Minister of Resources announces a 6-pronged plan to organize water management

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    The Minister of Resources announces a 6-pronged plan to organize water management Empty The Minister of Resources announces a 6-pronged plan to organize water management

    Post by Rocky Wed May 22, 2024 5:25 am

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    [size=52]The Minister of Resources announces a 6-pronged plan to organize water management[/size]

    [size=45]Minister of Water Resources, Aoun Dhiab, announced a six-pronged plan to organize water management, while noting that the ministry is working to revitalize the Iraqi marshes to promote ecosystem reform and develop fish and animal wealth.[/size]
    [size=45]A statement by the Ministry of Water Resources stated, “Minister of Water Resources, Aoun Dhiyab Abdullah, and his accompanying delegation participated in the high-level ministerial session held in the Republic of Indonesia under the title (Towards one global approach in public health and environmental monitoring / Bali, May 20, 2024) and in the presence of many countries.” And organizations, organized by the World Water Council (WWC), to discuss issues and challenges facing water at the political level.”[/size]
    [size=45]The Minister of Water Resources said, in a speech during his participation in the session: “The issue of water, its scarcity and deteriorating quality is one of the most important current challenges facing the world, so the need to strengthen cooperation in the fields of water has become more crucial than ever before.”[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, “This is due to several reasons, including the worsening water scarcity crisis in many countries of the world, in addition to the increasing intensity of competition over shared water resources, and the increasing quantity and types of pollutants in waterways. As a result, the population suffers from a shortage of water sources available for use in agriculture, irrigation and domestic consumption, in addition to the serious effects that this pollution can have on public health.”[/size]
    [size=45]Minister Diab pointed out that “the region of the Tigris and Euphrates river basins is not isolated from these challenges, as it is witnessing increased pressure on water resources in terms of the required quantity and quality, and these challenges are accompanied by the repercussions of climate change that have affected the decline in water revenues, decreased rainfall, and increased rates of Evaporation.”[/size]
    [size=45]Diab added, “This poses a serious challenge to the residents of the region, which makes it necessary for the riparian countries to achieve joint benefit from the waters of the two rivers by adopting a comprehensive approach to sustainable water development, with a focus on the mutual benefits of these countries, such as protecting the environment from floods and drought, and preserving Environmental runoff, protecting biological diversity, improving water quality, and developing and strengthening protocols and agreements with the aim of reaching comprehensive agreements that guarantee respect for the interests of all riparian countries and are based on a fair and equitable distribution of the waters of the two basins.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, “Iraq has been greatly affected by climate change, as water scarcity has worsened and the demand for it has increased significantly, given that we are a downstream country. The agricultural sector has been exposed to severe damage as a result of high temperatures, severe drought, lack of rainfall, land degradation, and the increased spread of dust storms. In addition, security depends on this.” Iraq's water supply depends largely on the Tigris and Euphrates river basin system.[/size]
    [size=45]The Minister of Water Resources confirmed that “his ministry has prepared comprehensive strategic plans to organize the management of water resources, which included implementing dams to control water resources, regulating and distributing river water through the establishment of regulators and monitoring stations, irrigation of rivers, and maintenance of irrigation and drainage schedules. The plans also include the use of modern technologies in Lining the main canals and working on switching from an open irrigation system to a closed irrigation system, in addition to conducting research and studies to achieve integrated management of water resources.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, “The Ministry seeks to strengthen the role of agricultural extension to educate farmers about the areas of improving water use methods with the aim of enhancing water efficiency and raising its productivity. It is also working to revitalize the Iraqi marshes in order to enhance the restoration of the ecosystem and develop fish and animal wealth, and thus secure food for the population, and in the field of treating... Water scarcity: The Ministry is digging water wells to provide water for agricultural purposes.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, “A framework agreement for cooperation in the field of water was signed with Turkey, with the aim of developing joint cooperation to build solid relations based on the common interests of both countries.”[/size]
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