The project was carried out by top strategic experts and researchers in the field of national security.
Rather, the ministry is committed to following up on these projects to identify any workflow barriers and provide all necessary support to remove them.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and his South Sudanese counterpart Salva Kiir discussed in Juba on Saturday the developments of negotiations on GERD.
In a virtual meeting of the 12th session of the Arab Ministerial Water Council to discuss the executive plan for strategic water security and sustainable development, the council welcomed a cooperative agreement between the ACSAD and the Middle East Water Experts Network.
Hamdok asserted that it must not be operated until an agreement is reached.
The first batch is worth LE50 million.
The meeting's outcomes will be reported to the ministers of the three states as they will convene on November 5.
Sunday's meeting is the outcome of another that took place on October 27.
Those are located in 106 villages across 18 governorates.
President Sisi’s comments came during the inauguration ceremony of King Salman University in Sharm El Seikh city, besides other national projects in Sinai.
Chairman of the Sovereignty Council of Sudan Abdel Fatah al-Burhan pays Egypt a state visit on Tuesday.
The ways of finding more solution to this vital sector were tackled during the second European Union (EU), Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Egypt Water Governance and Business Forum on Monday in Cairo, on the sidelines of the third edition of the Cairo Water Week (CWW).
The one-day forum also aims at serving as an “technical follow up” to enhance cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation.
The Cabinet ratified on Wednesday the initiative of the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD) to push back the due dates of loan installments and interests.
The initiative of a decent life aims to provide a decent life for the most-needy community groups, and to raise the economic, social and environmental level, and enable them to obtain all basic services.
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.