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"It resembles someone has power over a tap. On the off chance that the Ethiopian individuals for reasons unknown need to lessen the measure of water coming to Egypt, it would be an incredible issue," says Ali El-Bahrawy, educator of power through pressure at Cairo's Ain Shams University. 

 

Water shortage is a major issue in the North African country, as indicated by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). In 2014, Egypt had 637 cubic meters for every capital, contrasted with 9,538 cubic meters for every capital in the United States - about 15 folds the amount.

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