RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the hydrometer located at the Port of Asunción, the level of the Paraguay River on Thursday morning reached -0.55 meters. The water level in that area dropped 2 centimeters in the past 24 hours.
Less than a year later, one of the country's main water resources is once again experiencing the worst drop in its history. In October 2020 it reached -0.54 meters, a mark that surpassed the record of 51 years ago.
Luis María Jara, head of the Navigation Unit of the Paraná River Paraguay-Argentina Joint Commission . . .