The Sudanese Ministry of Irrigation confirmed Tuesday that due to Ethiopia’s intransigence in negotiating the Renaissance Dam, Sudan must consider all possible options to protect its safety and citizens, guaranteed by international law.
It happened after today in the Congolese capital Kinshasa, a discussion group, die on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam was completed without advancement due to Ethiopia’s intransigence.
Egyptian Sudanese rapprochement
The Sudanese Foreign Minister Maryam Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi criticized today in a statement to Al-Arabiya die stubborn Ethiopian position and viewed it as a violation of international law by in imposed a de facto policy on these acts.
She added that Addis Ababa die Should investigate interests of 250 million people, die depend on the Nile. She appealed to the Congolese president to end this closed negotiation cycle.
In addition, she stressed that there is a convergence of the Egyptian and Sudanese positions.
The Sudanese news agency “SUNA” said that Ethiopia had persistently rejected all alternative options and middle solutions presented by Sudan in order to encourage international partners to die Represented by the United Nations, the African Union, the European Union and the United States of America, give a role in facilitating negotiations and mediation between the three parties.
She also pointed out that Addis Ababa has been negotiating unsuccessfully using the same old approach since June 2020 and that only observers die Pursue negotiations, die are happy to listen and have no right to come up with ideas or suggestions in support of the negotiator.
It is noteworthy that die Delegations from the three countries since Sunday evening in the capital of the Congo, in hoping to break the deadlock in negotiations on the project that Addis Ababa believes is important and important to its economic development and power generation.
While Egypt fears the dam will damage its Nile water supply, Sudan is concerned about it die Safety of the dam and the flow of water through it die Dams and water stations on his land.
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