Egypt yesterday said that Ethiopia’s position regarding the Renaissance Dam has “not tangibly changed”, noting that “Egypt will continue its efforts to reach in the nearest time possible a legally binding deal.”
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A new coalition of Egyptian political parties publicly criticised the country’s current government on Monday for persecuting politicians, in a rare act of political dissent.
The spokesperson for Egypt’s Irrigation and Water Resources Ministry Mohamed Ghanem on Monday said that Ethiopia’s stance remains unchanged and negotiations have not brought anything new during the tripartite ministerial meeting between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia to discuss the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Egypt will become a full member of the BRICS club of emerging economies as of January 2024. The group had approved Cairo’s request to join the bloc during its summit in Johannesburg last week.
The plight of Egyptian truck drivers stranded on the country’s border with Sudan has persisted for almost three months, a crisis reportedly marred by Egypt’s “official indifference” and the bureaucracy of the Sudanese side, resulting in the death of at least 15 truckers.
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan resumed their years-long negotiations Sunday over the controversial dam Ethiopia is building on the Nile River’s main tributary, officials said.