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Al-Janabi told the Gulf newspaper: What we are suffering about water is not drier and our dams are almost empty

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Al-Janabi told the Gulf newspaper: What we are suffering about water is not drier and our dams are almost empty

Post by RamblerNash on Wed Aug 01, 2018 10:31 pm

Al-Janabi told the Gulf newspaper: What we are suffering about water is not drier and our dams are almost empty



Wednesday 1 August

Baghdad -
Water Minister Hassan al-Janabi said on Wednesday that what is happening in Iraq from a water problem is "not a drought," adding that "the dams are almost empty."

"What is happening in Iraq is a water problem, not a drought, just as it is scarcity or scarcity of water," Al-Janabi said during an interview with Al-Arabi newspaper. "The drought is the lack of all water resources. Iraq still has a good amount of water. "

Al-Janabi added that "scarcity has natural causes, but exacerbated by the existence of a huge network of dams and reservoirs on the Tigris and Euphrates and their tributaries in neighboring countries, specifically Iran and Turkey ," pointing out that Iraq also has internal networks for water control, neighborhood creates dams, the current scarcity painful, Sdodna semi - empty. "

the country suffers from water scarcity in the Tigris and Euphrates rivers as a result of the lack of water revenues from Turkey and Iran, as well as the construction of dams in Turkey and changing some of the tributaries paths in Iran.

and Iraq fired on 14 April last , Campaign to collect signatures to induce from The World Organization of UNESCO to pressure Turkey to stop work on the project (dam) on the sources of the river Jalla, warning that the dam will lead to the drought of the river.

The Elissu dam, which Turkey began to build in August 2006, is one of the largest dams to be built on the Tigris River and can store an estimated 11,40 billion cubic meters of water.

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