The Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath correspondent reported that die There is a tendency to formulate separate final declarations on the Renaissance Dam if there is no agreement on a joint declaration in the Congolese capital Kinshasa is achieved, in of the die Possibility of extending the sessions for a further day after the failure, die to achieve final statement.
The correspondent mentioned that at the ministerial meeting between Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia there are differences regarding the Renaissance Dam in the preparation of the final declaration.
Egyptian websites reported that Egypt and Sudan are expanding mediation in the renaissance dam crisis clung to die United States, die United Nations and die European Union under the auspices of the African Union.
On Monday evening, she said that Ethiopia was rejecting it die four-part mediation of the renaissance dam crisis and demand die Selection of observers according to the tracks negotiated by the three countries.
And ended the closed ministerial meeting between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia on the Renaissance Dam with no progress.
The second closed meeting
Yesterday, Monday, were die Negotiations on the Renaissance dam in the Congolese capital Kinshasa when the second closed meeting of the foreign ministers of the three countries began on the Ethiopian dam.
Egypt and Sudan had die African Union asked for a specific mechanism for die To negotiate the renaissance dam, stressing that Ethiopia refused to die freeze second filling of the Renaissance dam while Egypt and Sudan insisted die second filling with the beginning of the dam refuse meeting on the third day.
And die Sudanese Foreign Minister Dr. Maryam Al-Sadiq said before the meeting that Ethiopia is ignoring our clear warnings about the second unilateral filling of the Renaissance Dam, stressing the need to avoid useless conflicts over the Renaissance Dam and again calling for a new approach and the signing of a legally binding agreement, around die avoid negative aspects of the past and new conflicts.
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