Andalusia is facing an extreme drought with water storage below 15% of capacity in some areas. 500,000 people already have limited water supply, and restrictions on human consumption may be necessary in large cities before summer. The region is preparing to transport water on ships from other points to ensure the population’s supply, and the president is seeking European and Spanish government involvement in water management. The region is also seeking the possibility of transferring water from Portugal. The president announced a regional decree with financial aid for farmers and water management infrastructure. He emphasized that the drought is a structural problem that requires immediate and long-term measures. It is not the first time that Andalusia has considered asking Portugal for water, but it would depend on the Albufeira Convention, which regulates the management of rivers shared between both countries. Both governments are attempting to manage the crisis.