08 Nov FAO IRAQ has commissioned to Phse
Last week FAO IRAQ has commissioned to PHSE a very special and extremely delicate transport. In Iraq thousands of tonnes of freshwater carp have suddenly died along Iraq’s Euphrates river, sparking fears humans could be poisoned due to the country’s soaring pollution levels. Waves of dead fish had to be scooped up from fish farm cages this month, as farmers struggled to deal with the dramatic loss of earnings. Agriculture officials are at a loss to explain what caused the sudden killings, but they ruled out deliberate poisoning after rumours swirled of foul play. PHSE has picked up some dead Carps and has delivered them in perfect conservation condition, as stated by Istituto Zooprofilattico delle Venezie, which has started their laboratory researches to find out the reason of this mysterious death.