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Ağustos 30, 2017

WATER CONFLICTS IN NORTHERN SYRIA

Water although usually is not considered as the most important fluid in the public view, its importance and staminality can easily be understood during the privation. In today’s world, while some regions have plenty of water, in the other side, some parts are being lack of it.

As mentioned above, the importance of water can be understood, while losing it. Then water becomes one of the most strategic items for countries, when there is a risk of drought.

Turkey is one of the luckiest countries having plenty of fresh water resources. And some of its resources are huge rives flowing to the neighbor countries.

Euphrates is one of them. It has more than 2800 km’s length and nearly 1 tones per second flow rate. It flows from Turkey to Northern Syria. To control the river, Turkey has Ataturk Dam in its borders. And in Syria there are Tishrin and Euphrates Dams in the entrance of the lake. There are many conflicts experienced between Syria and Turkey related with the utilization and flow rate homogeneity of the river.

Currently, in the international public view, a new unfair perceptional operation is tried
to be activated against Turkey, which claims that:

by Sinan UZUNDUMLU & Oğuzhan AKYENER

 

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