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Renaissance Dam .. Egypt confirms the continuation of differences in the seventh day of negotiations


Conversations Continuing for the seventh consecutive day "There was no agreement between the three countries on any of the outstanding technical or legal points".

Is caring the African Union Negotiations "Stuttering" Among the three countries at the level of irrigation ministers and in the presence of observers from the European Union, the United States and the African Union.

Discussions at the technical and legal levels are scheduled to continue until July 13, and technical and legal committees will meet again tomorrow, Friday, July 10, followed by individual country meetings with observer teams on Saturday, July 11. On Sunday, July 12th, a ministerial level meeting is held.

The statement added that Irrigation ministers The three countries reviewed, during today’s meeting, the discussions of technical and legal committees that were held on Tuesday, which were aimed at trying to bridge views on the points of contention in both the legal and technical tracks.

The ministers also reviewed the letter from South Africa – The current President of the African Union – who asks the three countries to prepare a separate report for each country separately on the progress of the negotiations so far, accompanied with a report of the facts prepared by the country of South Africa, provided that the final report will be submitted on July 13 to South Africa.

The irrigation ministers of the three countries agreed that each country would send its report today to South Africa.

And embrace Ethiopia The dam is 15 km from the Sudanese border, at an estimated cost of about $ 5 billion. It is expected that upon its completion, the largest hydroelectric dam in the African continent with a generation capacity of 6 thousand megawatts.

Deal Egypt With the crisis as an existential issue that threatens the lives of the Egyptian people and stresses at the same time that it does not object to the establishment of development projects in the Nile Basin, but rather supports the efforts of its brothers in the countries of the Nile Basin in order to achieve the interests of their peoples.

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She said in a statement that the continuous talks for the seventh consecutive day “did not achieve any agreement between the three countries on any of the outstanding technical or legal points.”

The African Union sponsors “stalled” negotiations between the three countries at the level of irrigation ministers and in the presence of observers from the European Union, the United States and the African Union.

Discussions at the technical and legal levels are scheduled to continue until July 13, and technical and legal committees will meet again tomorrow, Friday, July 10, followed by individual country meetings with observer teams on Saturday, July 11. On Sunday, July 12th, a ministerial level meeting is held.

The statement added that the irrigation ministers of the three countries reviewed during the meeting today the discussions of the technical and legal committees that were held on Tuesday, which were aimed at trying to bridge the points of view on the points of contention in both the legal and technical tracks.

The ministers also reviewed the letter from South Africa – the current president of the African Union – which requires the three countries to prepare a separate report for each country separately on the progress of the negotiations so far, along with a report describing the facts prepared by the state of South Africa, provided that the final report is submitted on July 13 To South Africa.

The irrigation ministers of the three countries agreed that each country would send its report today to South Africa.

And embrace Ethiopia The dam is 15 km from the Sudanese border, at an estimated cost of about $ 5 billion. It is expected that upon its completion, the largest hydroelectric dam in the African continent with a generation capacity of 6 thousand megawatts.

Egypt treats the crisis as an existential issue that threatens the lives of the Egyptian people and stresses at the same time that it does not oppose the establishment of development projects in the Nile Basin, but rather supports the efforts of its brothers in the countries of the Nile Basin in order to achieve the interests of their peoples.

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Source: Skynews

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