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Sudan’s Minister of Energy and Oil stresses second filling of GERD will affect his country’s electricity production, warns of energy shortage
Eritrea, Sudan leaders discuss cooperation, ways to develop ties between two countries
This was in Uganda, when the Ethiopian side insisted on thwarting any hope for a solution that meets the demands of the three parties [Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia] without harming the interests of any of them.
Khartoum affirms that Ethiopian efforts to disavow international agreements, treaties are irresponsible
Both Egypt, Sudan announce their intention to resort to UN Security Council to resolve GERD disagreement
Despite conspiracies, pressure exerted on us, we will carry out second filling of dam, says Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed
Egypt officially announces failure of latest round of negotiations on Ethiopian dam, resorts to UN Security Council
Ethiopia is releasing more water from last year’s storage through newly completed outlets, says country’s PM Abiy Ahmed
Al-Burhan appeals to Ethiopia to withdraw from Sudanese territory, noting Sudan’s willingness to coordinate on borders
Regrettable that 10 years of negotiations have elapsed without reaching agreement, says Sudan’s Abdullah Hamdouk
Farmers say they are ready for war to defend River Nile, but Egypt’s Water Resources Minister says ’not an easy decision’
Egypt supports development in Ethiopia without harming the interests of neighbouring countries, and that any shortage in its share of the River Nile water will lead to destabilisation and security issues in the whole Middle East and Africa region.
Ethiopia’s unilateral actions would affect stability, security of Nile Basin: Egyptian Foreign Minister
Al-Sisi renews Egypt’s keenness to reach legally binding agreement on filling, operation of GERD
Egypt has rejected an Ethiopian invitation to form a tripartite group of representatives from Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia to exchange data on the second filling of the disputed Ethiopian dam. In a statement on Saturday, Egypt’s Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation said that the Ethiopian proposal violates the outcomes of the African summits in this …
Move comes as part of Ethiopia’s continued policy to impose fait accompli, limit negotiations to 2nd filling only, says Egyptian former minister
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
The negotiations started in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) capital, Kinshasa, on Sunday.
This was evident in Addis Ababa’s insistence to move forward and fill the second phase of the dam with nearly 14 billion sqm of the river’s water, nearly three times the volume of the initial filling carried out last year, by 4.9 billion cbm.
Dam’s filling is part of its construction process, says FM Mekonnen
Committee formed in Egypt to raise awareness on water issues
Egypt, Sudan stress importance of involving international parties in negotiations, but Ethiopia refuses
Sudan has demanded quartet mediation since last year: Sudanese Water Minister
Any Ethiopian unilateral action regarding GERD may cause negative impacts on downstream countries that Egypt would never accept, says Mohamed Abdel Aaty
Language of sovereignty on River Nile is regrettable, says Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Like the nature of the river that goes through periods of flood and drought, the relationship between Cairo and Khartoum has a long history, including many years of growth and giving, and others that were scarce and dry.
Sudanese official called on neighbouring Ethiopia to appeal to voice of reason, respect international laws regarding transboundary waters
Egyptian former minister describes Ethiopian stance as ‘bullying’ amid international silence
Sudan announced earlier it had submitted formal request for quadripartite international mediation