New Deal on Nile Dam's


Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan have conceded to which firms will do examines on the potential effect of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam on the progression of the Nile, their remote and water priests said. 


Cairo and Addis Ababa had recently been secured a harsh war of words over Ethiopia's $4bn venture. 

Be that as it may, in March, the pioneers of the three nations marked a collaboration bargain in the Sudanese capital Khartoum that made ready for a joint way to deal with local water supplies.A new dam on the Nile could trigger a war over water except if Ethiopia can concur an arrangement with Egypt and Sudan, composes the BBC's Africa Correspondent Alastair Leithead. 


It is regularly said the world's next universal war will be battled about water and there are not many places as tense as the River Nile. 

Egypt and Ethiopia have a major difference, Sudan is in the center, and a major geopolitical move is being happened along the world's longest waterway. 

There's been discussion about a dam on the Blue Nile for a long time, however when Ethiopia began to fabricate, the Arab Spring was in progress and Egypt was occupied. 


"Egypt was the endowment of the Nile" the pharaohs stated, and they adored the waterway as a divine being.

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