MADRID – Spain’s northeast Catalonia region will need to import water by ship and train from May to ensure domestic supplies if the current drought persists, the regional government said in a report.
The report says rainfall in all but one of Catalonia’s 15 river basins was below emergency levels for the year so far.
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Source : Reuters
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