Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
The minister also reiterated the risk posed by continuous Ethiopian unilateral acts, particularly carrying out the second filling without agreement, and the impact of that on the security and stability of the region.
"The [Renaissance] dam is located in a geological nature that is one of a kind," Swelam pointed out.
The document, including many recommendations, was signed by the participants at the “Nile for Peace” conference held from 5-11 April in Uganda’s capital of Kampala, a statement by Maat read.
Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Abdel Aty gave Saturday a TV interview to Amr Adib to clarify the status of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) crisis.
Egypt and Sudan insist that a legally binding agreement on the filling and operation of the dam should be reached before Ethiopia implements the second phase of dam filling.
The Ethiopian proposal is merely an attempt to obtain an Egyptian approval of the second phase of dam filling, which Ethiopia plans to implement whether an agreement is reached or not.
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan discussed with Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen the importance of continued dialogue to peacefully resolve the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) issue.
A number of Egyptian experts and former ministers gave insight on the issue.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said that Egypt did not receive any notification or messages from the African Union related to holding new round of negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said that Egypt and Sudan next steps after announcing the failing of Kinshasa talks will be coordinating with international organizations and keeping it updated with the latest developments.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Egypt has been negotiating for a decade with a sincere political willing to reach a fair agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) issue.
Loza highlighted the need to reach an agreement on filling and operating the massive dam as soon as possible, in order to ensure that Egypt and Sudan are not negatively affected by the dam filling
Sudanese has proposed forming an international committee that includes the European Union, the United Nations, the United States and the African Union to mediate the talks
Ethiopia remains committed to a win-win solution and as always committed to African solutions for African problems in finding true solution through trilateral negotiation
Ethiopia has frequently affirmed it would implement the second filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam next July under any circumstances.
A Sudanese delegation arrived in Cairo Thursday to pay a one-day state visit.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry said, Sunday that the talks on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) failed due to disagreements over how to resume negotiations.
Technical experts from Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia are expected to meet on Monday as a result to what was agreed upon at the meeting of the Foreign and Irrigation Ministers to hold a new round of negotiations between the three countries, which will extend for one week.
“It would have been more useful for the Ethiopian spokesperson to pay attention to the deteriorating conditions in his country”
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned, Wednesday the Ethiopian Chargé d'Affaires to provide further clarifications about Ethiopia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesperson statements which related to ‘Egypt's internal affairs.’