Egypt, escalation and threat to Addis Ababa

March 30, 2021
Sisi warns of a response to Ethiopia that will reverberate in the region Sisi warns of a response to Ethiopia that will reverberate in the region

Egypt, Daily Times: - With the end of the deadline granted by the Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, to find a solution in the file of the Renaissance Dam, which Ethiopia began in the second and final stage to fill it, firm warnings came from Cairo bearing threatening signals to Addis Ababa.

President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi warned Ethiopia of a response that "resonates in the region" if a drop of Egyptian water is affected, in reference to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

"We do not threaten anyone, but no one can take a drop of water from Egypt. Otherwise, the region will witness a state of instability that no one can imagine," Sisi added.

Al-Sisi's statements were made during a tour of the Suez Canal, which reopened after the success of the floatation of a huge Japanese ship that had run aground at the entrance to the southern channel.

During his speech, Sisi indicated that his country will soon open several ports, including Berenice and Sokhna, in addition to developing the ports of Alexandria, Abu Qir and Damietta, pointing out that Egypt is keen to connect the Mediterranean and Red Bahrain with a modern and advanced port network.

Al-Sisi also thanked the countries that had requested assistance to his country, as part of the attempts to float the delinquent ship since last Tuesday.

"The Suez Canal has become entrenched in the conscience of the global trade industry, with much talk about alternatives. This is a global facility in international trade, 12 or 13 percent of the volume of trade is transferred from us," Sisi said.

He concluded by saying that his country is working "in other matters" to link the Mediterranean and Red Bahrain, and that it is about to implement that.

While Sisi did not mention the details of the connection that he talked about, his statements came two months after Egypt signed an agreement with the German company, Siemens, to extend an express train line that would extend from Ain Sokhna (northeast) on the Suez Canal to El Alamein (north) on the sea. Average, at a cost of $ 23 billion.

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