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Ethiopia parliamentary speaker meets with an Egyptian delegation following news of preparations to store water in the GERD
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Abdel Aty’s visit will not discuss the issue of the Ethiopian Dam, says ministry spokesperson
Political analyst thinks resorting to the Peace and Security African committee might be a more effective strategy to resolve the GERD conflict
The eleventh meeting of the tripartite committee on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) began Sunday in Khartoum with the participation of the Irrigation and Foreign ministers of Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia.
Next GERD meeting will be held in Cairo
Studies by international consultant reveal GERD’s social, economic and environmental threats on Egypt and Sudan
I presented a solution for the dam problem, but no one listened, Egypt’s last irrigation minister before the 2011 revolution told Daily News Egypt.
Egyptian, Sudanese and Ethiopian ministers discuss the future implications of the Ethiopian dam in Khartoum
Small dams will not affect Egypt’s water share, says expert
Al-Sisi’s message emphasised the importance of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.
Egypt officials seek mutual agreement with Ethiopian counterparts over GERD project
Recent talks between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on the Ethiopian Dam have ended in agreements
This is the fourth round of talks for the trio in the past year after previous efforts had failed
Egypt’s water minister arrives in Sudan to attend tripartite talks held to address issues surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
The minister has left Egypt for Sudan to attend tripartite talks on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
The last tripartite talks were held in January but no agreement was reached
A connection will be made between the Congolese and Egyptian dam, says undersecretary of electricity ministry
Meeting takes place during Non-Aligned Movement conference
Egyptian foreign ministry says no explanation was provided by the Ethiopian side and demanded one
Reuters Insight by Aaron Maasho Ethiopia’s bold decision to pay for a huge dam itself has overturned generations of Egyptian control over the Nile’s waters, and may help transform one of the world’s poorest countries into a regional hydropower hub. By spurning an offer from Cairo for help financing the project, Addis Ababa has ensured it controls the construction of the Renaissance …
Egypt says no room for concessions on GERD that would harm water security
The two countries did not reach a solution after talks in the Ethiopian capital last month
The visit reflects Egypt’s keenness on developing relations with all African countries and not only Nile Basin countries, says foreign ministry spokesman
Egypt says all its proposals were rejected by Ethiopia; the latter says disagreement was over including an international element to a proposed committee
Sudanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Karty said Tuesday that the GERD would not affect the relationship between his country and Egypt, as Sudan is acting as mediator between Egypt and Ethiopia.
Abdul Mutalleb says dam’s current efficiency is less than 30%