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Egypt says latest negotiation in Ethiopia on Nile Question “fruitful”

15 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Al-Masry Al-Youm

Foreign Minister Sameh Shokry announced on Saturday that the negotiations on the Renaissance Dam crisis, conducted during his visit to Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Thursday, had proven “fruitful.”
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The Nile Question entails new “Tough talk” from Egypt – PART II

25 Nov

by Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

The stunning anger, raw emotions & hatred in some Egyptian experts

As an expert in water resources and soil, Prof. Nader Noureddine of Cairo University has shared some of his ideas and recommendations with a little over three-page article how Ethiopia’s Blue Nile Dam could be undone in its present form, without deploying any weapons. His article appeared on the November 20, 2013 issue of Al-Ahram Weekly, Egypt’s state-owned newspaper – with the title “Tough talk”.
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The Nile Question entails new “Tough talk” from Egypt – PART I

25 Nov

Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam under construction.

by Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

The rising temperature and the setting

Tension between Ethiopia and Egypt has been picking up in recent weeks. This in particular follows the end of the tripartite encounter in Khartoum in early November, where they traded accusations at the water ministers’ meeting, which continued in press conferences in both capitals, blaming one another for the lack of progress.
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Ethiopia & Egypt’s diplomacy to tackle the vexed Nile River issues under climate of uncertainties

25 Jul

by Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

Enters June 30, 2013 in Egypt. The warning by the opposition, especially the Tamarod campaign, which former President Mohamed Morsy had defied, even jeered at, became what it said it would be. This was shown by the thunderous speed and might that swept him out of office, leaving lessons to those that arrogantly scoff at the power of the people.
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