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via Kaosenlared. By ANF Published on May 4, 2021
The occupying Turkish state reduces the flow of water to North and East Syria via the Euphrates River on a daily basis. The magnitude of the danger is revealed once again in a new image taken from the air.

The danger is so great that the villages of Sehil and Qumlix, which were submerged after the Turkish state released water from the Euphrates River in the 1990s, have resurfaced.

The occupying Turkish state reduces the flow of water to North and East Syria via the Euphrates River on a daily basis. The magnitude of the danger has been revealed once again by means of a new image of the river taken from the air.

According to the agreement signed by the invading Turkish state in 1987, Ankara has to deliver 500 cubic meters of water to Syria per second. However, since April 27, the Turkish state has reduced the supply to less than 200 cubic meters of water per second.

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Agricultural fields and power plants are also severely affected by this man-made drought.

The Autonomous Administration (Rojava) declared on March 3 that the lives of 9 million people are in danger, and appealed to the international community to speak out and demand that the Turkish state put an end to these crimes.

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But the US is anxious not to oppose Turkey and boost arms sales to the only NATO state in the Middle East. And Russia likewise, with deals to sell armaments, a nuclear power station and two new gas pipelines. Russia has therefore allowed Turkey to invade and occupy NE Syria three times. It has even granted airspace use permission to Turkey’s NATO jets to bomb Afrin and expel the population in favour of occupation and forced ‘Turkification’.

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Turkey is drying up the Euphrates River in a new crime against humanity

The water level in the Euphrates has dropped five meters while Turkey continues to hold water in Rojava.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) warned against an environmental catastrophe threatening food security in the CizirĂȘ region and a humanitarian crisis that threatens nearly two and a half million people in different areas of Raqqa, Hasakah, Deir ez-Zor i KobanĂȘ.

89 Organizations Denounce Turkey's Repeated Water cut to ...

89 Organizations Denounce Turkey’s Repeated Water cut

The flow of the Euphrates has given the conditions for the emergence of the first human civilizations starting with the Sumerians and the Akkadians and has been maintained for 6,000 years until Turkish imperialism is killing it.

The flow of the Euphrates River as it passes through Syria has fallen sharply in recent days, threatening agricultural production and access to electricity and drinking water for millions of people in the provinces of Rojava (Syrian Kurdistan), Deir ez Zor (east) and Ar RaqqĂ  (north).

The director of Deir Water Supply in the Zur, Ziyad al Kazim, has reported that the river level has dropped from about 500 cubic meters per second to only 200 cubic meters per second, well below the agreed limit with Turkey in 1987 to ensure the operation of the electric turbines of the Euphrates dam.

Syrian and Kurdish authorities blame Erdogan for the declining flow of this important river flowing through Turkey, Syria and Iraq.

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Syrians fear ‘dying of thirst’ as Turkey cuts water supply 


The Iraqi government has publicly condemned the problems with the water supply due to the decline in the flow of the Euphrates and the Tigris and blames Turkey for this situation, as Ankara has launched several irrigation projects. and dams.

“The Euphrates River has experienced a significant decline in water levels in recent days as a result of the Turkish regime’s confiscation of large amounts of water from the river, preventing it from flowing into Syria,” he said. assure Kazim.

The new flow is not enough to run the turbines in the Euphrates dam and has affected the supply of drinking water and irrigation in the area, where difficulties are also being recorded in river transport and the movement of people. , according to the director.

The situation also poses a risk to crops, especially for about 30,000 hectares of wheat fields, and for transport to consumers in the eponymous capital of the region.

As many as 124 civil society organizations, mostly local, have recalled in a joint statement released by the Kurdish agency Anha that more than 4 million people in the CizirĂȘ region (Al-Jazira in Arabic) depend “completely” on the ‘Euphrates for agriculture, industry, electricity and drinking water.

“In light of the drought caused this year by the scarcity of rain, Turkey’s hoarding of Euphrates water allocations for Syria and Iraq will have a disastrous impact on sustaining residents of ‘these areas’.

TurquĂ­a pone en riesgo la salud y la vida de millones de sirios cortando el suministro de agua

El Estado turco ocupante reduce a diario el flujo del agua que llega al Norte y el Este de Siria por medio del río Éufrates. La magnitud del peligro se revela una vez más en una nueva imagen tomada desde el aire.

Por ANF Publicado el 4 May, 2021

El Estado turco ocupante reduce a diario el flujo del agua que llega al Norte y el Este de Siria por medio del río Éufrates. La magnitud del peligro ha vuelto a revelarse por medio de una nueva imagen del río tomada desde el aire.

El peligro es tan grande que los pueblos de Sehil y Qumlix, que quedaron sumergidos despuĂ©s de que el Estado turco liberara el agua del rĂ­o Éufrates en la dĂ©cada de 1990, han vuelto a salir a la superficie.

Water cuts leave four million people at risk in Syria

SegĂșn el acuerdo firmado por el Estado turco invasor en 1987, Ankara tiene que entregar 500 metros cĂșbicos de agua a Siria por segundo. Sin embargo, desde el 27 de abril el Estado turco ha reducido el suministro a menos de 200 metros cĂșbicos de agua por segundo.

El Estado turco estĂĄ poniendo en peligro la vida de millones de sirios al reducir el flujo de agua.

Los campos agrícolas y las centrales eléctricas también se ven muy afectados por esta sequía provocada por el hombre. La Administración Autónoma declaró el 3 de marzo que la vida de 9 millones de personas estå en peligro, y apeló a la comunidad internacional para que se pronuncie y exija al Estado turco que ponga fin a estos crímenes.

Turquia està assecant el riu Eufrates en un nou crim contra la humanitat practicant l’acaparament amb preses

KURDISCAT maig, 2021 El nivell de l’aigua a l’Eufrates ha baixa cinc metres mentre Turquia continua retenint l’aigua a Rojava.

L’Observatori SiriĂ  de Drets Humans (SOHR) va advertir contra una catĂ strofe ambiental que amenaçava la seguretat alimentĂ ria a la regiĂł CizirĂȘ i una crisi humanitĂ ria que suposa una amenaça per a gairebĂ© dos milions i mig de persones en diferents zones de Raqqa, Hasakah, Deir ez-Zor i KobanĂȘ.

El cabal de l’Eufrates ha donat les condicions pel sorgiment de les primeres civilitzacions humanes començant pels sumeris i els accadis i s’ha mantingut durant 6.000 anys fins que l’imperialisme turc l’està matant.

El cabal del riu Eufrates al seu pas per SĂ­ria ha baixat fortament els darrers dies, amenaçant la producciĂł agrĂ­cola i l’accĂ©s a l’electricitat i aigua potable de milions de persones a les provĂ­ncies de Rojava (Kurdistan de SĂ­ria), de Deir ez Zor (est) i Ar RaqqĂ  (nord).

El director de Subministrament d’Aigua de Deir a l’Zur, Ziyad al Kazim, ha denunciat que el nivell del riu ha baixat d’uns 500 metres cĂșbics per segon a nomĂ©s 200 metres cĂșbics per segon, molt per sota de el lĂ­mit acordat amb Turquia el 1987 per garantir el funcionament de les turbines elĂšctriques de la presa de l’Eufrates.

Les autoritats sirianes i kurdes culpen Erdogan de la disminució del cabal d’aquest important riu que flueix per Turquia, Síria i l’Iraq.

El Govern iraquiĂ  ha condemnat pĂșblicament els problemes amb l’abastament d’aigua per la disminuciĂł de l’cabal de l’Eufrates i de el Tigris i culpa Turquia d’aquesta situaciĂł, ja que Ankara ha posat en marxa diversos projectes d’irrigaciĂł i preses.

“El riu Eufrates ha experimentat una disminuciĂł significativa del nivell de l’aigua durant els Ășltims dies com a resultat de la confiscaciĂł per part del rĂšgim turc de grans quantitats d’aigua del riu, el que impedeix que flueixi cap a SĂ­ria”, va assegurar Kazim.

El nou cabal no Ă©s suficient per fer funcionar les turbines en la presa de l’Eufrates i ha afectat el subministrament d’aigua potable i de regadiu a la zona, on tambĂ© s’estan registrant dificultats en el transport fluvial i el moviment de persones, d’acord amb el director.

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Turkey Cuts Water Supply to Northeast Syria During the 


La situaciĂł tambĂ© suposa un risc per als cultius, especialment per a unes 30.000 hectĂ rees de camps de blat, i per a la seva transport fins als consumidors a la capital homĂČnima de la regiĂł.

Fins a 124 organitzacions de la societat civil, majoritĂ riament locals, han recordat en un comunicat conjunt difĂłs per l’agĂšncia kurda Anha que mĂ©s de 4 milions de persones a la regiĂł de CizirĂȘ (Al-Jazira en Ă rab) depenen “completament” de l’Eufrates per a l’agricultura, indĂșstria , electricitat i aigua potable.

“A la llum de la sequera causada enguany per l’escassetat de pluja, l’acaparament per part de Turquia de les assignacions d’aigua de l’Eufrates per a Síria i l’Iraq tindrà un impacte desastrós en el sosteniment dels residents d’aquestes àrees”.




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