Egyptian Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Lieutenant General Mohamed Farid left for Sudan to participate in the meeting of the Egyptian-Sudanese Military Committee
Sudanese Roseires dam will depend on the quantities of the river coming from the Renaissance Dam, and thus the absence of a binding and satisfactory agreement for all parties will constitute a great danger.
Addis Ababa is seeking to fill 13.5 billion cubic meters this year.
The Egyptian side expressed support to a Sudanese proposal.
The ministry stipulated that Ethiopia eyes occupying Sudanese lands saying that deploying the army in Al Fashaqa district is final and shall not be revisited.
Both sides discussed the ways of enhancing the bilateral relations, especially after forming the new government of Sudan, in various fields like agriculture, electricity, and education
That is within the framework of the Council of Arab-African States bordering Red Sea.
The ministry added that it is not possible to postpone setting up the marks designating the borders between Sudan and Ethiopia in Fashaqa District.
Sudan described its neighboring country's behavior as "a direct violation of Sudan's sovereignty."
“We are always talking about reaching a legal and binding agreement on filling and operation of the dam; an agreement takes into accounts the interests of the three countries,” Shoukry said.
Shoukry extended to her his sincere congratulations on taking office, expressing sincere wishes for success in her mandate.
The aid shipment comes in light of Egypt's keenness to elevate the burden on Sudanese citizens.
The EU contemplates playing a role in coming up with peaceful solutions.
The delegation will participate in the joint religious program between the Sudanese and Egyptian preachers.
The source stated that no injuries or casualties were recorded.
Yet, the ministry indicated that Sudan still adopts the principle of African solutions for African issues by demanding a bigger role for African experts affiliated to the African Union (AU).
Sudan does not accept a fait accompli in the case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and has the means to respond with in such case, spokesperson of the Sudanese government Faisal Mohamed Saleh told Alsudani News website.
In a statement, the Sudanese Prime Minister expressed his rejection of Ethiopia's de-facto policy.
Al-Fashaqa remains a Sudanese land, not a disputed land, and the world and history bear witness to that.
At a press conference on Friday evening, he added that Ethiopia is implementing its policy of filling the dam without any consultation and before reaching an agreement in this regard.