Sunday, April 14, 2024

Dez River in Iran’s Khuzestan Province dries

Dez River in Iran’s southwestern Khuzestan Province has dried. This is the second river in Khuzestan to be hit by the current drought after Karkheh River.

In recent days, environmental activists and people living in the downstream of the river have posted images of the dryness of Dez.

They strongly criticized the decreased outlet of Dez dam from the upstream of the river and trended the #FreeWaterRight, demanding authorities let water flow from Dez River.

Iran has been suffering from drought for at least a decade. This year officials have been warning of a further decrease in precipitation.

In 2021, large-scale water protests took place in two important provinces, namely Khuzestan and Esfahan.

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