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Urgent Measures to Help Resolve Khuzestan Water Crisis

The plan aims to supply water to 25 cities and over 1,600 villages in the oil-rich region that has been grappling with serious water problems.The plan aims to supply water to 25 cities and over 1,600 villages in the oil-rich region that has been grappling with serious water problems.

An urgent water pipeline project is expected to curb the growing water crisis in the cities of Abadan, Khorramshahr, Darkhovein and Shadegan in the southern Khuzestan Province within two weeks. Organized by Khatam al-Anbiya Construction Headquarters, an Iranian engineering company affiliated with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, the scheme aims to supply water to 25 cities and over 1,600 villages in the oil-rich region that has been grappling with serious water problems, ILNA reported.
Brigadier General Ebadollah Abdollahi, the headquarters’ chief executive, said hard work is underway to start water supply to the four cities by mid July.              

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