Ethiopian Leader Reports Progress in Talks With Egypt, Sudan Over Nile Dam

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Ethiopia’s primary minister claimed negotiations on Tuesday with Egypt and Sudan had paved the way for an agreement in excess of the country’s hydroelectric dam on 1 of the Nile River’s tributaries, in a indication of development in endeavours to conclusion a decadelong dispute in excess of management of the river’s waters.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed claimed talks convened by South Africa and the African Union and held in excess of videoconference had resulted in a “major prevalent understanding” towards an eventual offer, as he also acknowledged for the initial time that the…

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