Syria and Iraq strengthen cooperation to tackle water shortages | News
The Syrian ministers of Local Administration and Environment, Hussein Makhlouf, and of Water Resources, Tammam Raad, met this Friday with Iraqi delegations to increase cooperation in the fight against climate change and water scarcity.
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According to local Syrian media, the head of Administration and Environment of that nation stressed the importance of continuing to strengthen relations between the two countries for the protection of the environment and the fight against climate change.
Makhlouf further added that there is a need to expand the spaces and number of meetings to expand Syrian-Iraqi cooperation.
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July 12, 2023
For his part, Raad delved into the relevance of joining efforts to face water scarcity and stressed how climate change affects the water reality of both nations.
The headline highlighted the scientific and technical exchange between Damascus and Baghdad, as well as the creation of a research center in Iraq to be used as a training and training center for personnel.
The head of the Iraqi side and technical adviser to the Minister of Water Resources, Alaa Al-Din Najm, expressed his concern over the poor situation of his country regarding the vital resource, which has even led to the cancellation of the summer agricultural plan.
The official agreed on the need to increase joint cooperation in the fight against climate change, even more so seeing the reduction in water levels in the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
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