Tuesday, February 20th, 2018
Advertisements
Advertisements

Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt renew commitment to cooperate over GERD

Published on February 8, 2018 by   ·   No Comments

Water Power Magazine
Thursday February 8, 2018

The leaders of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt have agreed to continue their cooperation in the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project (GERD) following a meeting at the end of January.

To make further progress on outstanding GERD issues and nurture tripartite relations, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, President Omar al- Bashir and President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, agreed that: the heads of state would meet on an annual basis going forward; would explore a mechanism for the establishment of a tripartite fund aimed at enhancing cooperation through the realisation of common infrastructure projects connecting the three countries; and would establish a permanent technical committee to discuss all issues related to the GERD, specifically focusing on the filling and operation of the dam, with a view to reporting these results back to the leaders in one month.

The leaders also reiterated their adherence to the spirit and letter of the Declaration of Principles on the GERD, signed in Khartoum in March 2015.

They concluded their talks by highlighting the fruitful nature of their discussions and underscored their collective belief that cooperation on the GERD, based on a win-win approach, can and will meet the aspirations of their people.

Wixii Faahfaahin Dheeraad Ah Nagala Soo Xiriir

hiranweyn@gmail.com

makaran@hiiraanweyn.net

radiohiranweyn@gmail.com

Readers Comments (0)




TOOS U DHAGEYSO RADIO HIRANWEYN

Hiran Media Center

latest News

{DAAWO SAWIRADA} Toogasho haween lagu laayey oo ka dhacday kaniisad ku taalla gobolka Dagestan

February, 19, 2018
Ugu yaraan Shan haween ah ayaa lagu diley weerar ka dhacey kaniisad ku taalla gobolka Dagestan ee dalka ...

Dowlada Sudan oo xabsiga ka sii deysay dad loo xirey arrimo siyaasadeed

February, 19, 2018
Xukuumada Sudan ayaa xabsiga ka sii deysay inkabadan 80 ruux oo ahaa maxaabiis dhinaca siyaasada loo xirey kadib ...