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Yesterday, Ethiopia’s foreign ministry said Egypt and Sudan suffered no significant damage from the second filling of the Renaissance Dam, hoping a win-win solution would be found.
And in a tweet on its own page on Twitter, the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry wrote: “We are happy to fill the Renaissance Dam. Neither Egypt nor Sudan has suffered major damage, as we have confirmed since the start of the tripartite negotiations. ” “We hope, if we negotiate in good faith, to reach a win-win solution, which is within our reach,” she added.
Last Monday, Ethiopia announced the completion of the second fill of the Renaissance Dam and sent a message of reassurance to Egypt and Sudan that no harm would be done to them, and that water flow to the two downstream countries would continue regularly through the two holes in the Renaissance Dam to let water through.
In turn, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok renewed his country’s stance calling for a legal and binding agreement between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia on the Renaissance Dam and to be brought into line with international law.
Hamdok said in his speech on the occasion of Eid al-Adha that the Renaissance dam dossier remains at the forefront of the transitional government’s priorities, and that despite the Ethiopian government’s announcement that the second filling process has been completed in a continuation of the action Sudan remains unilaterally committed to reaching a legal and binding agreement on the AlNahda dam for the second time in this dossier. He added: “However, we continue to call for the renunciation of unilateral measures with the need to reach a legal and binding agreement in accordance with international law, and we will make every effort to achieve this goal.” that protects our national interests in Sudan.”
In addition, the US embassy in the Democratic Republic of Congo sent a message to Ethiopia after it carried out the second filling of the Renaissance dam, stressing the need to resolve the crisis. The embassy indicated that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke by telephone with President Felix Tshisekedi, and Blinken stressed the deep concern of the United States about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. The US Secretary of State also stressed the importance of the African Union’s role in mitigating conflict and mediating the Great Ethiopian Dam crisis, and Blinken and Tshisekedi expressed their commitment to work together so that the Democratic Republic of the Congo can utilize its enormous potential to continue a positive path with the dam crisis.
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