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Sudanese Irrigation Minister says all options remain open to solve Ethiopian dam crisis
Egypt’s Foreign Minister says his country will act if it suffers any water damage caused by dam
‘We respect desire of other countries to achieve development, provided that it does not affect Egypt’s share of water, says Al-Sisi
Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Iraq are largest trading partners from Arab region with China
Both sides review progress of ongoing projects under partnership, including Egypt-Japan Schools
Presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady said, in an official statement, that the project is within the mega national project “New Delta” to cultivate one million feddan along the Rod Al-Farag – New Dabaa Axis.
I mean here his statement about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) negotiations, when he said, “We do not threaten anyone, but no one can take a drop of water from Egypt. Otherwise, the region will witness a state of instability that no one could imagine. And whoever wants to test us, let him please.”
Egypt participates in Kinshasa meetings with good faith, but Ethiopia has no political will to end crisis: Egyptian FM Shoukry
Regional developments require all Arab countries to work collectively to bring stability and progress to them: Tunisia’s President Qais Saeed
Combined exams in second semester will be short, simple, and straightforward, with exam duration of two hours during holy month of Ramadan
Officials of both countries held bilateral meeting to discuss issues of mutual interest, challenges, and military cooperation
Students screened in bid to detect several diseases, including anaemia, obesity, and stunted growth
Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar said that the ASRT took the rank of 495 in the 2021 Scimago academic classification, significantly up on its 2020 ranking of 752.
UNESCO Head Audrey Azoulay praises Royal Mummy Parade and lauds Egypt’s efforts to protect its heritage
Egyptian presidency also affirmed Jordan’s stability as integral part of national, Arab national security
The negotiations started in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) capital, Kinshasa, on Sunday.
Ethiopia insists on conducting 2nd phase of filling, generate power from GERD in August
Country increases number of COVID-19 vaccination centres to 339 nationwide
No sound is louder than the sound of the Royal Mummies parade procession, says Tourism Minister Khaled El-Anani
Egypt aims for a serious and effective negotiation process to reach a binding legal agreement on filling and operating the Nile dam
By Saturday at most, all 422 ships that have been kept waiting will have crossed the Suez Canal, according to SCA Chairperson Osama Rabie.
Just over 16.54 million children, including 20,404 non-Egyptians residing in country, have been vaccinated so far
Total of 40 million doses of vaccine set to arrive in country under COVAX agreement
Last recorded case of poliomyelitis in country was in 2004
Arab Parliament stresses rejection to any unilateral Ethiopian measures regarding GERD, while Sudan accuses Addis Ababa of evasion to complete 2nd filling of dam
Summit will be held as part of cooperation mechanism between Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq
Achieving comprehensive, sustainable victory over ISIS requires more joint action: Shoukry
In a majestic procession, 22 kings and queens of the Pharaonic state will be moved from the Egyptian Museum for the first time to the place of their permanent exhibition in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo’s Fustat region. They will move through the streets of Egypt parallel to the Great Nile River …
First-ever book to recount journey of human fraternity announced by Abu Dhabi
Finance Ministry suggests higher VAT of 14%, up from 5%, on snacks, sweets, soaps, detergents, raising industry-wide concerns of drop in demand due to sizable hike