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Several Iranian Dams Hinder Iraq's Water Sources

The Iranian Sazan River, whose waters pour in the Kurdish region, is one of three main water sources pouring into Iraqi territories, has become dry near the Iraqi borders

Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Water sources are observing Iranian attempts to build gigantic dams along the rivers that are pouring into Iraqi territories that led to the decrease of water input to Iraqi soil.

The Iranian Sazan River, whose waters pour in the Kurdish region, is one of three main water sources pouring into Iraqi territories, has become dry near the Iraqi borders.

Iran started its "dams' war" against Iraq before four years by trying to prevent the water flow of Smaller Zab River  by building a series of dams within its territories.

The decline in water flow resulted in minimizing the water levels at Darbandikhan Dam, south east of Sulaimaniya province, that resulted in hindering electricity there.

Kurdish politicians believe that the Iranian move for "water war" is to politically press the region and Iraq, as well.

Experts expect a "water war" will be erupted in the coming years to serve the Iranian policies in the region.

Source: Iraq TradeLink

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