They tackled ways to accelerate reaching an agreement on the rules for filling and operating the Renaissance Dam.
Ethiopia had backtracked on several agreements previously reached by the three countries during the negotiation process.
That is more than those of the previous ones combined.
Ethiopia announced Sunday completing the fourth and last filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), although the dispute with Egypt and Sudan had not been settled.
The new round convened as per the outcomes of a bilateral summit between Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on the sidelines of the Sudan's neighboring Countries Summit that was held in Egypt in July.
The Ethiopian government and the Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council (EIASC) appreciated this historic project.
On the sidelines of the conference, the Minister of Environment will hold a number of bilateral meetings to discuss issues and challenges facing the continent and enhance joint cooperation.
The General Secretariat stressed the importance of preserving water security for both Egypt and Sudan, refusing to prejudice the rights of all parties in the Nile waters.
The two leaders reiterated their mutual political will to enhance the bilateral relations, politically, economically, and culturally, based on the common desire to achieve their mutual interests, and the prosperity of the two brotherly peoples.
The two chiefs of state tackled the conditions of Libya and Sudan as well as the "Nile Water" issue.
The ambassador pointed out that the statement included falsehoods pertinent to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
“The continuous Ethiopian claim that Egypt politicized the issue of the Renaissance Dam is an attempt to evade legal responsibility, and disregard the principles of international law and good neighborliness,” Loza said.
The expert estimates that the height of the middle wall would reach 620 meters this year.
“The negotiations in which Egypt was involved have not achieved any agreement so far, and Ethiopia has not assumed its responsibility to reach an agreement in the presence of a real political will,” Shoukry said.
Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed Thursday the agreement signed between the federal government of Ethiopia, and the Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) to end hostilities.
The Egyptian Embassy in Ethiopia and Permanent Commission to the African Union (AU) organized the seventh and last panel discussion on the aimed for goals of the upcoming COP27 to be held in Sharm El Sheikh on November 6-18.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi made Saturday a phone call to his newly-elected Kenyan counterpart William Ruto to discuss the developments of major regional affairs of joint interest.
Professor of Geology and Water Resources at Cairo University Abbas Sharaky posted on Facebook Tuesday a satellite image of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
On July 29, 2022, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry sent a letter to the president of the UN Security Council to express Egypt’s formal objection to Ethiopia's measures to unilaterally continue filling the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) without reaching an agreement with Egypt and Sudan.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry stated in a phone-in Saturday that the recent visits of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to several states reflect Egypt's keenness on persistent coordination with partners on all levels.