The Egyptian government sent Wednesday a military aircraft equipped with medical supplies and foodstuff to Sudan to aid those affected by the devastating floods, as part of the directives of the Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi.
This comes per the instructions given by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to continue a relief air bridge to support Sudanese people after a huge flood hit the country and left several damages and casualties.
Sudan might not join the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) negotiations, Monday, with Egypt and Ethiopia according to unnamed sources told al-Arabiya Saudi website.
Until present, Egypt has supplied 180 tons of food, and baby formula that were transported by 10 planes over batches to Khartoum airport.
Safadi comments came in his speech at the 154th session of the Council of the League of Arab States at the ministerial level, which was held via the visual communication technology on Wednesday.
Egypt’s Health Minister Hala Zayed visited, Wednesday a refugee camp housing Sudanese’ families badly affected by the floods in Wad Ramli area, northern Khartoum.
The joint Egyptian- Sudanese talks had kicked off in Khartoum, Wednesday morning between Egypt’s Heath Minster Hala Zayed and her Sudanese counterpart Osama Abdel Rahim
Three Egyptian military aircraft loaded with foodstuffs and medical supplies arrived in Khartoum and Juba in order to help alleviate the burden facing people in the flood-hit Sudan and South Sudan
Egypt’s Minster of Health Hala Zayed arrived in Sudan, Tuesday to Sudan upon directives from President Abdel Fattah El Sisi leading a high-profile medical delegation to offer medical assistance and help Sudanese to combat the torrential floods which hit the country recently.
Sudanese Minister of Labor and Social Development Lina al-Sheikh thanked Egypt for the prompt response in sending aid to support those affected by the floods.
Egypt’s Minster of Health Hala Zayed to arrive in Sudan, Tuesday, heading a delegation of 20 doctors in various specialties, nurses and specialists in epidemic control, accompanied by medical supplies and medicines.
Sudanese Minister of Information Faisal Mohamed Saleh thanked Egyptians for supporting his country facing the floods impact which left over 100 people dead.
The committee convened today to discuss the files of Darfur and East Sudan, a statement by Sudan’s Sovereign Council quoted Dhio as having said.
In a statement el-Khosht said, applications for those wishing to study at the branch's premises in Cairo in the faculties of: art, law, science and commerce are to be submitted as of Monday.
Hamid praised Egypt’s urgent response to send aid to the Sudanese people.
The state is able to deal with the amount of rainwater, and the High Dam is one of the most important modern projects.
Sisi expressed his full solidarity with the government and people of Sudan in the face of floods that have hit several states.
The flood of Nile River this year likely to be higher than the average according to the permanent committee to Nile River Revenue Regulatory Committee affiliated with Egypt’s Irrigation Ministry.
Abbas’ call came a day after the three water ministers reached another stalemate on Friday in the negotiations and failed to reach a unified draft that includes every country’s proposal and reservations regarding the operation of the dam the filling process of the reservoir.
The three technical and legal committees of every country did not reach consensus on the points of contention regarding the operation of the dam the filling process of the reservoir.