The hydrographic network of Chechnya belongs to the Caspian Sea basin.
Terek is the main river running through the republic from west to east.
Rivers occupy the area of Chechnya non-uniformly: a dense arterial drainage exists in the highlands and the adjacent Chechen Plain; while there are no rivers in the Tersko-Sunzhen Upland and regions to the north of Terek.
All main rivers of the Chechen Republic flow through the Grozny District: Terek, Sunzha, Argun waters from which are used for irrigation of lands.
Rivers have great importance for the economy, especially in irrigation of farming lands.
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