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Turkey announces the release of water from "Alesso" to Iraq, "despite the damage" Empty Turkey announces the release of water from "Alesso" to Iraq, "despite the damage"

Post by RamblerNash Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:17 pm

Turkey announces the release of water from "Alesso" to Iraq, "despite the damage"

Turkey announces the release of water from "Alesso" to Iraq, "despite the damage" Image

05-06-2018 01:20 PM

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Turkish Ambassador to Baghdad Fatih Yildiz announced on Tuesday the release of water towards Iraq from the giant 'Aliso' dam.

"Turkey has worked at all times and times to conserve water and make it an area of ​​cooperation between the two countries," Yildiz told a news conference at the embassy building in Baghdad.

He added that 'the dam (Alesso) one of the largest projects in southeastern Turkey, has been built on the basins of the Tigris and Euphrates', saying that' the storage of water dam has decreased recently after the launch to the Iraqi side, Until June.

Yildiz said that "delaying the filling of the dam paid for Turkey, despite the urgent need for it, but the water was given to the Iraqi people." He added that Turkey did not generate electricity from the dam, which it needs, and treated it generously with Iraq.

Iraq has been witnessing a significant decline in water levels of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers for years because of the water policies followed by Turkey and Iran, as well as the mismanagement of the crisis in the country, according to observers.

The water levels of the Tigris River in the cities of Baghdad and Mosul have dropped so unprecedentedly that it is possible to cross the river on foot after the Turkish government announced the start of the filling of the Elissu dam, which was established on the riverbed in Turkish territory. The Iraqi side and the low level of its water.

In the meantime, the Iranian authorities cut the water of the 'small Zab' from the province of Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan region of Iraq again, causing a crisis for the water project in the district of Qalaa Daza province.
According to the Directorate of the dams in Kurdistan, the Iranian action caused the crisis of providing drinking water.

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