They tackled ways to accelerate reaching an agreement on the rules for filling and operating the Renaissance Dam.
A new round of negotiations between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia to reach an agreement on the filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) kicked off today in Addis Ababa.
The declaration provides the necessity of congruence among the three countries on the filling and operation processes.
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.
Professor of Geology and Water Resources at Cairo University Abbas Sharaky posted Tuesday on Facebook a satellite image of the Nile.
Ethiopia has showed no change in its stances regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam in the talks that took place in Cairo late in August, said Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry on Wednesday.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has affirmed Egypt’s commitment to reaching a legally-binding agreement with regard to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in a meeting with US Congress members on Wednesday.
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.
Professor of Geology and Water Resources at Cairo University Abbas Sharaky Abbas Sharaqy posted Saturday on Facebook satellite images.
That was during his meeting with his Tunisian counterpart Nabil Ammar as they also conferred over regional risks.
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.
Assistant to the Foreign Minister for European Affairs Ehab Nasr received a delegation headed by Director General of the Political Section at the Slovak Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs Michal Pavuk.
The two chiefs of state tackled the conditions of Libya and Sudan as well as the "Nile Water" issue.
A recent statement by the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs with regard to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) seeks to “drive a wedge” between Arab and African countries, Egypt’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid has said.
The ambassador pointed out that the statement included falsehoods pertinent to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
The leaders made the remarks in a decision entitled “the Ethiopian Dam” following the 32nd Arab League Summit held in Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah on Friday.
In an interview with TV host Sherif Amer on MBC Masr, Shoukry said all Sudan’s neighboring countries are harmed by the ongoing Sudanese conflict in response to a question on whether Ethiopia is benefiting from the crisis amid the continued GERD dispute between the three countries.
The expert estimates that the height of the middle wall would reach 620 meters this year.
Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry reviewed developments of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) with ambassadors of the European Union in the Middle East and North Africa region and officials at the European External Action Service (EEAS).
Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Hani Sewilam made the remarks as he delivered Egypt’s speech during the opening plenary of the 2023 UN Water Conference on Wednesday.