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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 29, 2018 1:00 pm

Warnings of the collapse of an Iraqi dam prevents access to Iranian water

Warnings of the collapse of an Iraqi dam prevents access to Iranian water Basraa

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The local government in Basra has warned of a high concentration of salinity in the province's waters, due to the expected collapse of a nearby earth dam between Iraq and Iran, in light of the failure of the Ministry of Water Resources to respond to the decisions of the Council of Ministers to increase the water quota of the province.

A member of the provincial council of Basra Jawad Emirate for life that «the dam, which separates the saline water of the Iranian farmer's rivers from the rivers of Iraq, is suffering erosion, which may lead to the collapse of parts of it, which means the flow of salt water towards Iraqi water, which suffers mainly from a large rise in the concentration Salinity for years ».

He stressed that «the dam has been suffering from erosion for years», pointing out that «things have reached a level that requires a quick treatment».

The emirate stressed that the areas separating Iraq and Iran "also contain remnants and mines from the remnants of the Iraq-Iran war (1980-1988). If the dam collapses and floods flow, these mines and bombs will be swept away, which poses a danger to the city's residents." , Revealing that «the last maintenance of the dam got at the end of last year».

The governor of Basra province said in a statement that the governor Asad al-Eidani «visited the Iranian province of Khuzestan, adjacent to Basra, to discuss with the governor on the decline of water rates from the Karun River towards the Shatt al-Arab to less than 50 percent than in previous decades».

"The governor of Khuzestan Ghulam Reza proposed to the Iraqi authorities to establish a dam on the Shatt al-Arab to prevent the leakage of water from the Arabian Gulf to the area of ​​Faw (south of Basra)," the statement said.

"There is a large water crisis in the region due to the increasing concentration of salinity, which led to a significant shortage of potable water," said FAO District Commissioner Walid Al-Sharifi.

He pointed out that «the second reason for water scarcity is to stop three out of four desalination plants in the elimination of work», pointing out that the only desalination plant that did not stop, which has filters to filter the sea water, but the quantities of water produced by very few, Need of the area.

"This problem has led to a doubling of the price of one tonne of fresh water, which is being shipped by tanks to FAO," he added.


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