The waters of the Paraguay River are below the optimal levels of use, a situation that affects the navigability and the economy of merchants, companies and riverside populations.
The downspout, which also harms the Paraná River, has been recorded for three years due to the La Niña phenomenon.
The drop in water level at the beginning of 2023 is only half a meter from a historical record. In 2021, the Paraguay River registered the . . .