عنوان مقاله [English]
The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran has responsibilities in order to protect groundwater and prevent its pollution. These duties are explained by domestic and international laws and regulations. In the domestic sphere, relevant laws, including the law on equitable distribution of water, define the duties and powers of the government. However, due to the dispersion of international regulations, the government's overseas duties are not well explained. International treaties and rules in the field of groundwater and the environment set out principles for governments that must be complied with, and what is at stake is: what is the international obligations of the government in the protection of groundwater? This article examines the binding principles contained in international laws and regulations, examines the duties and obligations of governments, including the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the protection of groundwater.
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