Information / Baghdad ..
The Ministry of Water Resources announced on Saturday that it recorded a percentage of water reservoirs in dams, the highest quarter-century ago across the country, indicating that the high water reservoirs will end the crisis of water scarcity in the province of Basra this year.
“The Ministry of Water Resources recorded the highest percentage of water reserves in a quarter of a century, especially in dams built on the Tigris River,” ministry spokesman Ali Hisham said in a statement.
Hisham added that “the reservoir is excellent and will be increased during the next three months as the melting season of snow in northern Iraq,” noting that increasing the water resource will contribute to the strengthening of the agricultural plan for Iraq.
He added that “the Minister of Water Resources Gamal Al-Adli ordered the stabilization of Basra’s share of past releases throughout the year to end the crisis of water scarcity and do not repeat what happened in the past years,” explaining that “talk about the existence of a notification on some dams because of the increase in water reservoirs is inaccurate being Security situation and under control. “Ending / 25 d