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Minister of Water Resources: Iran has completely cut off water from Iraq, and we will file a complaint with the International Court of Justice DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

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Post by RamblerNash Wed Dec 15, 2021 10:02 pm

Minister of Water Resources: Iran has completely cut off water from Iraq, and we will file a complaint with the International Court of Justice 945085-679d042c-e033-46fc-9f3a-0ca3f36f9fe5
Wednesday 15 December 2021 22:30
 
Baghdad / NINA / - Minister of Water Resources Mahdi Rashid Al-Hamdani confirmed: "Iran has completely cut off water from Iraq."

Al-Hamdani said in a televised statement: "Iran has deprived us of no less than 20 billion cubic meters of water annually, and we have tried by all means to reach solutions with it, but without a response."

He added, "Iran dug tunnels and diverted rivers, and this is an international violation that cannot be debated or argued."

And the Minister of Water Resources continued: "The cutting off of water from the Iranian side has deprived entire provinces of agriculture and drinking water, and in our calculations, irrigation is limited to drinking water in the worst cases," noting: "The water crisis needs at least fifty billion dollars to be addressed."

Al-Hamdani confirmed that: "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was asked to take the necessary measures to file a complaint with the International Court of Justice and Human Rights."

He pointed out: "One of the risks facing water is the dumping of pollutants into rivers before treating them, and that the decline in rain will increase the state of desertification. We have addressed the water scarcity in some areas by digging wells, and we have the possibility of digging more."/ End 2

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