Egypt: Nile Water Volume Hits 35.645 Billion Cubic Meters Since August
26 October 2013
The Nile water volume has reached 35.645 billion cubic meters since August, predicting a reserve of over 140 billion cubic meters during the present water year, said Water Resources and Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel-Motleb.
The Minister pointed out that the Nile water level increased for the fourth day running by four centimeters, registering 175.9 meters against 175.8 meters.
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