North Cyprus News | Water Pouring Into Geçitköy Reservoir

North Cyprus News | Water Pouring Into Geçitköy ReservoirAnkara Anatolia news agency (10.10.15) reported that the first fresh water from Turkey has reached north Cyprus  from the Turkish province of Mersin through the Northern Cyprus Water Supply project. The 80-kilometer long pipeline runs 250 meters (820 feet) under the Mediterranean Sea at a cost of about 1.25 billion Turkish liras (£280 million).

It is expected that around 75 million cubic meters of water will be sent to north Cyprus from the Alakopru Dam on the Dragos River in Mersin in southern Turkey.

The YouTube video below show the force of the delivery of the water into the Geçitköy Reservoir.

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