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Satellite image showing the reality of the work of the Eliso dam

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Satellite image showing the reality of the work of the Eliso dam

Post  RamblerNash on Fri Aug 31, 2018 7:45 pm

Satellite image showing the reality of the work of the Eliso dam

2018/8/31 23:09

The geological expert at the University of Dohuk, Ramzan Hamza, said on Friday that there is no storage work in the Turkish dam Eliso on the Tigris River, as shown by a satellite image of LandSat / 8 satellite taken on Thursday.

In a leaflet on his Facebook page, Hamza said that "the neighbor's reference to Turkey has begun to be stored and that it will open the gates to increase the releases. It will remain a purely political blackmail for Iraq because of the poor management of the water file and the absence of any Iraqi initiative. Longer range ".

"The organizers of the water file were supposed to visit the site of the dam and with specialized professors and several times and according to the seasons to see the reality and negotiate on these grounds."

On June 6, Turkey announced it would postpone filling the Elesu dam and open water to Iraq via the Tigris River.

Iraq is experiencing a severe crisis in water shortages, especially in the Tigris River with the start of Turkey filling the dam Aliso on the river, which threatens the scarcity of a hundred large and dry for about 7 million acres.


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