Lake Sevan Level is Lower by 12 Cm as Compared with Last Year's Indicator

Lake Sevan Level is Lower by 12 Cm as Compared with Last Year's Indicator

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As of 4 June, the level of Lake Sevan is lower by 12 cm as compared with the last year's level – 1900.90 m and makes up 1900.78 m. It's already one month since no water intake has been carried out of the lake. Out of statutory 170 million cum water intake, still 24.721 million cum water has been taken from the lake from 18 April to 6 May. Through Arpa-Sevan aqueduct around 85.653 million cum water has flown into the lake.

19:16 June 04, 2018


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