Renaissance Dam: Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia resume negotiations after Donald Trump warned that the crisis would cause military action


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The African Union has mediated the current negotiations

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan will resume negotiations on Tuesday, brokered by the African Union, on the rules for filling and operating the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, which were suspended two months ago due to differences.

This comes days after the US President, Donald Trump, warned that the dam crisis could lead to military moves.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is the current chair of the African Union, said the resumption of the talks demonstrated the confidence of the three countries in the EU-led negotiations.

The Egyptian Ministry of Irrigation announced that it would participate in the meeting, in order to “re-launch negotiations,” which was also confirmed by the Sudanese Minister of Water, who made clear that “previous negotiation methods must change.”


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