Yunnan, China, April 12, 2016
BEIJING — China will release more water from a dam in its southwestern province of Yunnan to help alleviate a drought in parts of Southeast Asia, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, following an initial release begun last month.
The water already began being released on Monday from the Jinghong dam, and will continue to be released until the “low-water period” is over, ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a daily news briefing.
The actual amount of water released will be decided upon by how much water there is to release upstream and the demands of downstream users, Mr Lu added.
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