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Post by claud39 on Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:03 am

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The provincial council of Basra warned on Sunday that some areas of eastern Basra and the border with Iran have been inaccessible since the 1980s, accusing the Baathist regime and successive governments of millions of mines in the territory. in a press statement seen by "Covenant News", that "Basra is linked to a common border with Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Iran, and the border strip that extends with Iran , it contains millions of mines where the land is not safe and can not be the one to walk in it."
"Basra has lost a lot of its agricultural land because of the minefields that have existed since the 1980s. The abandoned regime left it, along with the successive governments, where these lands were neglected, which harmed their people," he said.
He explained that "the areas east of Basra are represented by the program, Khor al-Zubayr, Faw, Al-Emhwa, Al-Mahatta and Majnoon fields as an extension of the borders of Maysan province, and some international organizations have raised a small percentage of mines, but the greater responsibility is borne by the government."
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