, Confirmed the Ministry of Water Resources, said Friday that the rains and floods that gripped Iraq recently eased shortages suffered by enhanced water revenues and stocks lakes and dams and Ohuarh, usually it will allow "high flexibility" in the next agricultural seasons.
A spokesman for the ministry, Ali Radhi, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The past few days have seen heavy good rainfall rates revived water actually because of scarcity suffered, whether because of a lack of revenue coming from Turkey, or the control of gangs Daash on the joints of the mission on the River Euphrates ". He returned to "good management of the ministry of water resources has enabled it to secure good quotas for areas Euphrates River Basin."
He said Radi, that "torrents coming from Iran are also strengthened the Tigris River revenues, she said very good amounts to the central and southern marshes, Kaljbaic in Nasiriyah," noting that "the amount of rainfall on the Euphrates River increased the ratio of inventories neighborhood available in modern dams, especially With low temperatures and lack of consumption. "
He explained press officer, that "the ministry's plan to increase inventories neighborhood in dams and lakes Jabber and Habbaniyah, will allow high flexibility during the next agricultural seasons," he continued until "Laketa the Sea of Najaf, and Sawa province of Muthanna, are not far from the ministry plans to Aanaachehema and take advantage of them Kkhozan aqueous important for those areas ,. in the framework of an integrated plan to invest all or a drop of water fell entered Iraq. "
The Ministry of Agriculture has confirmed in (the first of November the current 2015), that the coming flood of Iran and the rains last week to Iraq, had its many benefits, the most important revive the marshes and the enhancement of water revenue rivers, for its part, the Ministry of Water Resources showed that the total reported of water to Iraq by the floods and rain is estimated up to one billion cubic meters, stored all sites dams and reservoirs, each according to his area.
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