Dhi Qar: Turkish dams life-threatening marshes and international laws must be enabled to protect them
Follow-up - and babysit - The local government of the province of Dhi Qar, she said, that the Turkish dams threaten the normal life in the Iraqi marshlands and turned into deserts.
The governor said Yahia Nasseri, said that "water should be in accordance with the system of international laws and managed so as to regulate the water quotas between the source countries and the riparian states."
He added that "the international community's intervention in the current circumstances is of great importance to find appropriate solutions to the crises caused by lack of water scarcity," adding that "a lot of problems the current international crisis and future get by water crisis which threatens big wars."
He noted the Nazarene to the "Turkish dams took an adverse impact on the marshes and water resources areas across the country, and become life-threatening nature and biodiversity and turned the marsh areas into deserts," pointing out that "this requires international intervention to protect that life and save the population of the marshes of tragedy drought ".
He stressed that "the marshlands within the hybrid protection system after entering within the Ramsar Treaty, which requires the auspices of international attention to the face of drought which threatens Alahuarah environment dating back to thousands of years the risk," stressing "the need to allocate share of water to nourish and revive the marshlands and save it from drought risk. "
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