Latest in Tag: ethiopia Highlight
Latest in Tag: ethiopia
Commonly known that Ethiopia wants complete control of River Nile flow, says
At least 50 killed during protests as Ethiopia’s Prime Minister calls Hachalu Hundessa’s murder ‘evil act’
Addis Ababa’s statement did not clarify whether filling is conditional upon reaching agreement
Sudan receives Ethiopian invitation to resume GERD talks, both head to UNSC
Abbas emphasises that returning to negotiating table requires political will
Egypt has never even made indirect reference to military action, says Egyptian FM
Egypt’s Foreign Minister criticises “hostile rhetoric” of his Ethiopian counterpart
Resorting to UNSC means Egypt rose red flag to international community Ethiopia threatens its security and peace, says international law professor
Emigration Ministry collects data from repatriated Egyptian workers for their potential involvement in national projects
Ethiopia objects proposal to refer GERD talks to prime ministers of the three concerned countries, says Abdel Aaty
Another round of tripartite talks held Monday over disputed points
Egyptian, South African presidents address GERD updates over phone
Ethiopian document is attempt to establish a fait accompli, says Sebaey
Egypt and Sudan expressed their reservation to the Ethiopia proposals, stress need to refrain from unilateral actions
Sudan is most affected by the dam, says Sudan’s Irrigation Minister
Sudan’s Irrigation Minister spoke about Sudan’s GERD letter sent to Security Council
The incursions, which occurred near Sudan’s eastern borders, saw a Sudanese military officer and a child killed, and several civilians injured.
Egyptian government is yet to respond to this statement
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to peacefully resolve disagreement
Partial agreement for first filling could not be approved due to technical, legal aspects that should be included in agreement, says Hamdouk
Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan remain at loggerheads over GERD project as negotiations stall
Announcement came during phone call with US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
It comes during phone call between Hamdouk and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
Nile River is not owned by anyone, but rather joint ownership of several countries
Despite the intervention of many international actors, Ethiopia insists on prevarication, ignoring that the Nile River is the lifeline of Egypt and that any aggression on it or any attempt to stop its flow is an attack on Egypt’s life, development, and security.
Ethiopia prepares new draft agreement on GERD, Sudan to reportedly mediate talks
Resolution, unapproved by Sudan, refuses unilateral measures that might be taken by Ethiopia
Ethiopia had announced that it would continue to build the dam and fill its reservoir, regardless of the interests of the other countries, indicating the failure of the American mediation, which aimed to reach an agreement between Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan.
Egypt determined to use all available, possible means to take care of interest, people, water rights, says Sameh Shoukry
Egypt denounced Ethiopia’s request to take more time to tackle “this vital issue, following more than five years of full engagement in intense negotiations that covered all aspects and details of this matter,” the statement added.