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The extension of New Breakwaters and the Return Berth of Anzali Port Complex Has No Effect on the Sediments of Anzali Lagoon

The extension of New Breakwaters and the Return Berth of Anzali Port Complex Has No Effect on the Sediments of Anzali Lagoon
General Manager of Coast and Port Engineering Department of the Ports and Maritime Organization, referring to the lack of impact of Anzali Port Development Plan on Anzali International Lagoon, said: "The extension of new breakwaters and the return berth of Anzali Port Complex has no effect on the Anzali Lagoon sediments".

Hamid Khalili in an interview with the Public Relations of the Ports and Maritime Authority of Guilan Province, referring to the issues raised regarding the negative effects of the extension of new breakwaters of Anzali Port, said: " With this issue in mind, a team of national experts including university professors and experts in coastal and port engineering was formed and this issue was examined by them".

He added: "The results of studies have shown the ineffectiveness of the extension of breakwaters and the development plan of Anzali Port on the sediments of the international Lagoon."

General Manager of Coastal Engineering and Ports of the Ports and Maritime Organization, stating that one of the most important issues in recent years has been the reduction of the Caspian Sea water level, noted: "This important issue is not limited to Bandar Anzali and even other northern ports, but also to all ports in the Caspian Sea Littoral States".

Khalili, referring to the issues raised about the effects of the return berth (berth number 10) on the sediments of Anzali International Lagoon, stated: "This berth, like breakwaters, has no negative impact on this Lagoon and the claims made are unscientific and unprofessional".

Aug 26, 2020 13:04
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