Egypt signed Friday an MoU with each of Sudan and South Sudan on enhancing bilateral investment relations.
Egypt and Sudan asked for forming an international quartet led by the Democratic Republic of Congo that currently chairs the AU, United States, the European Union, and the United Nations.
Foreign and irrigation ministers of Egypt and Sudan voiced deep concern over the possible risk of Ethiopia's unilateral filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) without reaching a binding legal agreement
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry and Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Abdel Aty headed Wednesday to the Sudanese capital, Khartoum.
The meeting tackled the latest developments regarding the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam negotiations that failed to reach a binding agreement to fill and operate the dam.
Egypt and Sudan have started joint military drills dubbed 'Guardians of the Nile', with the participation of land, naval and air forces from the two countries.
The Sudanese Military forces denied, Wednesday engaging in any clashes in Bashenda border area, it was added that the “armed forces are operating normally without facing any hostilities.”
The Sudanese and Ethiopian armies engaged Wednesday in military clash using heavy weapons in Bashenda border area.
The minister added that Egypt heading to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is not ruled out.
Number of Egyptian forces arrived in Sudan, Friday in preparation for the launch of the joint military maneuver ‘Guardians of the Nile’ to confront any possible threats, according to Sudanese media reports
Egypt’s Minister of water and irrigation Mohamed Abd El Atty explained that Ethiopia’s second filling for The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) expected in July will affect Egypt and Sudan by all means
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met on Sunday Chairman of the Sudanese Sovereign Council Abdel Fatah al-Burhan in Paris, where they will both attend two conferences on Sudan and Africa.
Sudan seeks a consensual and negotiated solution to the Renaissance Dam (GERD) based on preserving rights, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Chairman of the Sovereignty Council of Sudan told France 24 Monday.
The Egyptian president also pointed out that negotiations mandate exercising patience.
Both parties also held consultations over ways to make the ongoing efforts succeed in reaching a legal binding agreement on the filling and operation of the Ethiopian dam.
The Special Envoy will hold meetings with officials from the respective governments as well as the United Nations and the African Union.
Tshisekedi’s tour came in light of the resumption of the tripartite talks between the Nile countries over the controversial dam after the negotiations for reaching a legally binding agreement.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni pledged to contact the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abi Ahmed, as soon as possible, aiming at bringing all parties points of view closer on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam [GERD] and to start another round of ‘serious negotiations’ on this issue.
Sudan's Irrigation Minister Yasser Abbas said that Khartoum will bear great losses if Ethiopia insists on conducting the second filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam [GERD] without reaching an agreement.
The ministry noted it follows the recurrent talks by Ethiopian officials alleging Sudan of forcing Ethiopia to abide by what they call "colonial agreements" on Nile water and borders.