According to a statement by the ministry, the two sides discussed means of enhancing joint cooperation in the water resources sector.
Abdel Attai said that Egypt would increase the number of development projects for collecting and storing rainwater, with the aim of serving the South Sudanese people.
The official visit is held upon the invitation of the South Sudanese counterpart Manawa Peter Gatkuoth.
The two officials also discussed projects for protection against flood dangers in the governorate at a cost of 927.5 million pounds.
"Officials who aren’t able to impose order by dealing with construction violations have to resign," President Sisi.
The wells are used for drinking, agriculture, and reclamation for Bedouins in remote areas.
The projects are constructed within a strategy to increase Egypt's water resources, and secure water for irrigation.
President revealed that the water desalination projects cost a total of EGP435 billion.
Sudanese sources told Sky News Arabia that the ministers of foreign affairs and irrigation of Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan will hold a meeting Sunday on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation and the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology signed a cooperation protocol.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi held a meeting Wednesday with ministers of agriculture and military production.
That was in the ministerial meeting held Monday to regulate the resumption of negotiations on the operation and reservoir's filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
In July, Ethiopia held around 4 billion cubic meters in the reservoir.
In addition to the representatives of Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan, the meetings will be attended by U.S. and EU observers as well as AU experts.
The Egyptian media should not mention a military action as an option in the issue of the Renaissance Dam (GERD), President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said Tuesday.
Water flows in the Blue Nile carries 136 million tons of silt, saying that this amount of silt is enough to fill the Renaissance Dam’s in 50 years.
Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Aati discussed with Sierra Leone Minister of Water Resources Philip K Lansana bilateral ties in the water resources domain.
About ten stations stopped operating, he noted, adding that the gates of Roseires Dam were opened to pump water into the station in order to resume operation.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and a number of ministers visited Aswan to check on a number of projects and facilities.
Until present, eight days of negotiations gave rise to no outcome.