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PostSubject: Mass exodus from southern Iraq due to water scarcity   Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:01 pm

Mass exodus from southern Iraq due to water scarcity

Government official: Baghdad is not interested in our appeals continued

03/09/2018 - 14:20 Iraq



A local official in the Iraqi province of Dhi Qar, on Monday, has displaced hundreds of local residents from an area in the south of the province due to water scarcity.

In addition to Turkey and Iran reducing Iraq's water quota from the rivers that flow from their land because of the construction of dams and the attempt to fill them, the rate of rainfall this year has fallen in an unprecedented manner since eight.

The areas of the Chabaish marshes, donkeys and elephants in Dhi Qar are witnessing a significant decline in the Euphrates River, making life in these areas very difficult.

The US space agency NASA has warned in a new study of freshwater decline significantly in 19 hot spots around the world, particularly in Iraq.

"More than 1,200 families have left their homes and properties due to the scarcity of water reaching their areas and to go to other cities and provinces in search of places where water resources are available," the deputy governor of Dhi Qar Adel Dakhili said in a statement.

"The death of large numbers of livestock and the threat of livestock, which has suffered great damage in the areas of the Chabaish and donkeys and leopards as well as the difficulty of providing safe drinking water or agriculture because of the number of provinces exceeded the water quota of the province."

Dakhili said he had toured with a number of local officials "to find out the size of the water sources and to open new levels by treating the rivers as a temporary solution to the water crisis in the absence of the central government's attention to the ongoing appeals."

The decline in water due to dams in the upstream states of Turkey and Iran, which they say is also suffering from droughts, and dam construction is a matter of national security.

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