The National Water Carrier is instituted, running from Lake Kinnert/Tiberias/Galille in the north, past Tel Aviv to the Egyptian-Israeli border. Its two main trunk lines carry 1.7 million cubic meters of water per day from the headwaters of the Jordan River in the western Galilee down to the Egyptian border in the south. Water flows down the Jordan River as well, with a set amount provided to Jordan according to the 1994 Jordanian-Israeli Treaty.
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