Water supply project from Euphrates to Hesekê launched
Hesekê Water Directorate launched a water supply project from Euphrates to Hesekê. The project is expected to be completed within 3 months.
Hesekê Water Directorate has gone into action for a water supply project from Euphrates to Hesekê which consists of two phases. In the first phase, water lines will be repaired. In the second phase, the water stations on the line will be restored.
After the occupying Turkish state occupied the Allouk Water Station and cut off the water delivered to the civilians, a water problem began to emerge in Hesekê and its villages.
Project engineer Lokman Musa stated that there are serious damages to the water lines between the stations in the south of Hesekê and al-Suwar regions in Deir ez-Zor following the Turkish state occupation of the Allouk Water Station in Hesekê. Musa noted that the water directorate proposed a project to get water from the Euphrates.
Musa said this project will provide water to hundreds of thousands of civilians and added that in the second phase of the project, al-Alwa station, 47th station and Shaddadi station will be restored.
Musa concluded that the project will be completed within 3 months.