Water Intake From Lake Sevan Resumed

Water Intake From Lake Sevan Resumed

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The water intake from Lake Sevan has resumed since September 22. As of that day, 140,524 million cubic meters of water have been released from the lake. According to the latest data from the Ministry of Emergency Situations, as of September 25, the amount of water taken from Lake Sevan is 140.954 million cubic meters. As of the same day, 150.656 million cubic meters of water flowed into the lake through the Arpa-Sevan water canal.

It should be noted that the water intake from Lake Sevan has been stopped since September 13. No more than 170 million cubic meters of water will be taken from Lake Sevan this year.

As of today, September 26, the level of the lake is 1900.59 m, which is 3 cm higher than the index of the same day last year - 1900.56 m.

12:38 September 26, 2019


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