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'Ethiopia will stick to African Union-led process on Nile dam'

May 10, 2021 · ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia Ethiopia will stick to the African Union-led process concerning trilateral negotiations on the $5 billion Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) despite downstream countries' insistence on a quartet, a spokesman has said. African Union Communique on Ethiopia GERD damThe statement indicates the negotiation has gone beyond the filling of the dam. It has included managent of the dam and on future use of the Nile waters. The Bureau of the Assembly of AU Heads of State and Government welcomed the report of AU Experts on the resumed Trilateral Negotiations on the GERD, which reflected notable progress in the

Egypt asks Ethiopia to resume negotiations - ethiotube.net

Wednesday, 02 July 2014. Ethiopia has received an official letter from Egypt suggesting the resumption of negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over the Renaissance Dam, a senior Ethiopian official has EthioTube - PM Abiy Ahmed talks about the soldiers that " - " Ethiopia Calls for Egypt, Sudan to Return to AU-led Apr 21, 2021 · 21 April 2021. Ethiopia Calls for Egypt, Sudan to Return to AU-led Negotiations to Break GERD Deadlock. Ethiopias Ministry of Foreign Affairs suggested on Wednesday that Egypt and Sudan return to African Union-led negotiations on the annual operation of the GERD Nile dam and to respect the AU-led process.. In a letter addressed to the Prime Minister of the Sudan H.E Mr. Abdalla

Ethiopia Committed Towards Successful Completion of

Apr 07, 2021 · Ethiopia has enormous respect for the role played by the President of DRC, Félix Tshisekedi, and Chairperson of the AU for hosting the meeting to resume the trilateral negotiation. Ethiopia reiterates its position in support of a trilateral process that will maintain the ownership of the countries and integrity of the AU-led process and Ethiopia rejects US position on GERD negotiation,issued a Feb 29, 2020 · February 29, 2020 A day after the US Secretary of United States Department Of The Treasury issued a statement after two days of negotiation between Egypt and Sudan regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in Washington DC in the absence of Ethiopia, the latter issued a statement saying that it is disappointed with the statement. Ethiopia:Press Release on the Trilateral Negotiations on Apr 07, 2021 · Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo The Foreign and Water Affairs Ministers of Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan had a meeting in Kinshasa to resume the trilateral negotiation on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) under the auspices of the African Union (AU).

Sudan, Egypt Prolonging Trilateral Negotiations to Delay

Apr 10, 2021 · Addis Ababa April 10/2021 (ENA) Sudan and Egypt are deliberately prolonging the trilateral negotiations in order to delay the filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD THE EGYPTETHIOPIA NILE CONFLICT(GERD) on the Blue Nile, and Egypts opposition to the project over its water security. The deadlock in its resolution has been created by Ethiopias schedule to begin filling the dam by July 2020, potentially without a flexible and technically guided agreement (or timetable) between Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan. Tripartite Negotiation on GERD Concluded with no Major Addis Ababa July 15/2020 (ENA) The trilateral negotiation that was held for 11-days on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has wrapped up on Monday night. . According to a press release issued by ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan have held the trilateral negotiation in the presence of 11 observers and augmented experts.

Press Release on the Trilateral Negotiations on the GERD

Apr 06, 2021 · Press Release on the Trilateral Negotiations on the GERD. Kinshasa (6 April 2021):The Foreign and Water Affairs Ministers of Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan held a meeting in Kinshasa to resume the trilateral negotiation on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) under the auspices of the African Union (AU). President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the current chairperson of