'Egypt has established 13 water plants in South Sudan': Min.

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Mon, 14 Jun 2021 - 11:12 GMT

Evening, Nile River, Uganda- CC via Flickr/ Rod Waddington

Evening, Nile River, Uganda- CC via Flickr/ Rod Waddington

CAIRO - 14 June 2020: Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Aati said Monday that cooperation projects with South Sudan are successful and could serve as a role model in Africa.


In a meeting with his top aides, Abdel Aati said a number of development projects have been implemented in South Sudan with the aim to achieve sustainable development there and improve living conditions of citizens.

Egypt has established 13 water plants in South Sudan, he added.

He added that his Ministry has established six ground water plants around Juba and seven more inside the capital.

Some river piers have also been established with the aim to connect major cities and villages in South Sudan, Abdel Aati further said.

 

 

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