Tag Archives: tripartite talks

Egypt’s president says ready to visit Ethiopia up to 3 times to resolve dam issue

24 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Hend Kortam, Daily News

President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said Sunday Egypt is working to ensure that the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) does not damage its water interests or reduce Egypt’s “historical share of water”.
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Referendum over, Cairo says time to give closer look to Nile water problem with Ethiopia

18 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory
By Ayah Aman, Al-Monitor

Technical negotiations among water ministers from Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia have reached a dead end after all parties refused the proposals set forth to solve the crisis that revolves around the repercussions Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam have on Egypt’s water security. These repercussions were discussed during three rounds of negotiations in the Sudanese capital Khartoum.
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‘Secret talks’ on Nile waters creates sense of Nile Basin states left out

25 Nov

by Fred Oluoch, The East African

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

SOME NILE Basin countries are concerned that they have been kept in the dark on the tripartite negotiations involving Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over the use of the Nile waters.
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