Ethiopia responds to the threats of the President of Egypt

March 31, 2021
Ethiopia continues to fill the Renaissance Dam Ethiopia continues to fill the Renaissance Dam

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Daily Times: - The Addis Ababa government removed forests of 4,854 hectares of land in preparation for the second phase of filling the Renaissance Dam, hours after a speech by the Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, which carried a clear threat to Ethiopia with a response that "the region has been talking about for long periods."

Egypt and Sudan are seeking to reach a legally binding agreement regarding the operations of the dam, which Addis Ababa says is essential for its economic growth. Despite this, talks have repeatedly faltered.

In 2020, Ethiopia announced the completion of the first phase of the Renaissance Dam reservoir, which it is building over the Blue Nile, one of the most important tributaries of the Nile, and then confirmed its intention to start the second phase of filling the storage, which Cairo and Khartoum view as a major threat.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said that the stability of the entire region will be affected by Egypt's reaction, in the event that its water supply is compromised due to the Renaissance Dam that Ethiopia is building on the Nile River.

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