Azerbaijan to restore hydrological observation network in liberated Karabakh

  13 April 2021    Read: 494
Azerbaijan to restore hydrological observation network in liberated Karabakh

The hydrological observation network will be restored on the rivers in Azerbaijan’s Karabakh region, previously liberated from Armenian occupation, Head of the National Hydrometeorological Service Umayra Taghiyeva told reporters on Tuesday, AzVision.az reports. 

Taghiyeva made the speech within the framework of a media tour organized by the Ministry of Ecology of Natural Resources to the liberated Gubadli district.

Taghiyeva said the rivers of Karabakh are of great importance for the agriculture of the region and other districts of the country.

“In the next four to five years, it is planned to install 13 modern automated hydrological stations in Karabakh. They will be set up on the rivers Tartarchay, Khachinchay, Gargarchay, Levchay, Kondelenchay, Zabukhchay, Bargushadchay, Okhchuchay, Basitchay and Araz,” she added. 


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