Nile Basin countries
World Water Council president is willing to cooperate with the Egyptian government to save every single drop of water.
Both leaders tackled the latest developments in the African continent, counter-terrorism efforts, trade issues, and infrastructure development.
It has been estimated that the final cost of the feasibility study of the project could reach $10 million.
Egypt spent LE 400 million during the last four years to help the Nile Basin countries, and it will double the amount in the upcoming four years.
Climate change impacts could force five million people to be displaced from the Delta if the solutions and mitigation strategies are not heeded.
Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry discussed several issues of mutual interest with his Burundian counterpart, Alain Aimé Nyamitwe, on Tuesday.
Leaders of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan will meet on sidelines of 30th summit of the African Union in Addis Ababa to discuss GERD
We have agreed on several bilateral legal instruments that we shall sign tomorrow in the presence of the two states’ leaders,” said Samah Shoukry.