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Turkey announces the date of suspension of the work of Alesso Dam on the Tigris

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Turkey announces the date of suspension of the work of Alesso Dam on the Tigris

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:06 pm

Turkey announces the date of suspension of the work of Alesso Dam on the Tigris

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The Minister of Agriculture, Falah Hassan Zaidan, said that Turkey promised to stop work in the dam of the Tigris River Tigris to the next year 2019, stressing that "the Tigris River discharges will increase in the coming months."

He added that "Turkey will provide Iraq with 400 MW as a first stage through the agreement on the electrical connection between Iraq and Turkey."

The Iraqi minister revealed that "there is a Turkish offer to enter into a partnership in the establishment of two dams on the Tigris in Turkey and the other in Iraq is based on the upper Zab to divide water resources and energy."

For his part, Iraqi Minister of Water Resources Hassan al-Janabi said that "the water relationship between the two countries was a key focus, and provided an opportunity for bilateral meetings with the new Turkish minister," stressing that the visit of the Iraqi delegation to Turkey was "successful by all standards."

This comes after the visit of an Iraqi government delegation headed by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, Tuesday, to the Turkish capital Ankara, during which he met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government team.

According to the statement of the Office of Abadi, the Turkish President Erdogan stressed during the meeting that Iraq gets its share of the full water, and Turkey's commitment to what it announced at the Kuwait Conference for the reconstruction of Iraq.


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