Egypt Says Current Talks ‘Last Chance’ To Stop Ethiopia Refilling Nile Dam.
April 5, 2021 - Written by qoriadmin

Kinshasa – (QN24) – The Latest Meeting Between Egypt, Sudan And Ethiopia  Over The Grand Renaissance Dam Nile, Is The Last Chance To Reach An Agreement Before Ethiopia Resumes Filling The Dam, A Statement From Egypt Said On Sunday.

The Meeting Concludes On Monday In Kinshasa.

“These Talks Represent The Last Chance For The Three Countries To Reach An Agreement.” “Before The Flood,” Said A Statement From Egypt’s Foreign Ministry.

Last Week, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi Said There Would Be “Unimaginable Instability In The Region,” If Egyptian Access To Water Affected The Dam.

“No One Can Take A Drop Of Water From Egypt, And Whoever Wants To Try It, Let Them Try It,” He Said. “No One Thinks It Is Beyond Our Control,” Sissi said.

Sudan Is Currently Embroiled In Another Border Dispute With Ethiopia Over Farmland In Al-Fashqa Province, And Will Hold A Military Drill With Egypt On Saturday.

New Statements from Egypt, and those made last week by President Al-Sissi, Are Threatening war in the Region, and Political analysts believe that if the Kinshasa Talks Fail, There Could Be Fighting In The Region.

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