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Egypt Minister for Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel Aaty during a meeting noted that the country canal is ready for the raining season.
Speaking in meeting with executive leaders of the Egyptian Public Authority for Drainage Projects (EPADP), Aaty reviewed the state of Egypt’s canals.
Aaty emphasised the need to continue around-the-clock work to ensure the performance and efficiency of workflow in the authority’s departments.
The meeting also reviewed the position of projects that the ministry is currently implementing to benefit from agricultural drainage water. The aim is to maximise the country’s water resources.
Such project at the forefront is the Bahr Al-Baqar Drainage project, which is being implemented at a cost of EGP 14.2bn, to treat about 1.7 billion m3 of the agricultural drainage water per year.
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