The truth about Israel Dansa


During a news conference in Cairo last year, Ahmed promised Egyptians, “I swear to God, we will never hurt you,” after Egyptian President Abdul Fatah ISI pressed him to swear in front of the Egyptian people that he wouldn’t harm the country’s Nile water share.


ISI, for his part, conceded there was no military solution and called ongoing talks a “breakthrough,” expressing a sense of optimism echoed by Silesia Belle, Ethiopia’s minister for energy, irrigation and electricity. “We managed to actually find a number of win-win approaches,” he said.


But progress toward an agreement on the key issue of the filling period of the reservoir behind the dam remains slow.

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