The tripartite negotiation between Ethiopia, Egypt, and the Sudan on the Guidelines and Rules for the first filling and annual operation of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) continued for the seventh day on Wednesday, via video-conference in the presence of observers.
BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Ethiopia will not give away its right by any miracle to use the water of the Abbay River (Blue Nile) that originates from its territory, said Foreign Minister of Ethiopia, Gedu Andargachew.
Describing Egypt’s Saturday statement as ‘regrettable’, the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy of Ethiopia said the tripartite negotiations between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan on the Guidelines and Rules for the first filling and annual operation for the Great Ethiopian Reconnaissance Dam (GERD) continued for the fourth day on Saturday, 13 June 2020. Earlier on […]
Through his spokesperson, the Secretary-General of The United Nations Antonio Guterres on Tuesday urges Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt to continue negotiations in relation to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice (Ezema), the major opposition party in Ethiopia has criticized the statement issued by the United Sates Government in relation to the ongoing negotiations among Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan over the construction and operations of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
The Government of Ethiopia finally reached agreement with the Government of Egypt to fill water the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) during the wet season, generally from July to August, and will continue in September subject to certain conditions.