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Portugal and Spain share five river basins – Minho, Lima, Douro, Tagus and Guadiana – and for this particular situation the two countries have developed cooperation mechanisms on water management. It was imperative to find an answer for coordinated actions in cases of droughts, and floods, and the definition of new criteria and actions for water use in order to guarantee its quality and sustainability. This institutional partnership was underpinned by the need for Member States to coordinate the necessary administrative arrangements within river basin districts regardless of having them within their national territory or not, as is now mandatory under the Water Framework Directive.

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