“A clear message to Ethiopia” .. Aboul Gheit comments on McKenzie’s statement regarding the Renaissance Dam | Archives

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After the commander of the US Central Command, General Kenneth McKenzie, expressed his country’s concern about “Ethiopia’s behavior” towards the problem of the Renaissance Dam, the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, saw that McKenzie’s latest statement is a clear message to Addis Ababa.

Aboul Gheit also pointed out in a television interview with him on “Echo of the Country” television, that society has the ability to announce its opinion, for example, the American statements in the recent period saying that they are not happy., indicating that For him, the statement of the American general sheds light on the position of the United States, because the American military does not work with media statements and does not make statements without prior political coordination, and therefore he saw that it is a “clear message to Ethiopia.”“.

Aboul Gheit pointed out that “it is a clear American message, and that the Americans will act at some point in time when the need to do so.”‘, emphasizing that “Continuing negotiations, pushing for negotiations, escalating pressure, and expanding the framework of participation from the various parties, all achieve the goal of my downstream countries, and patience is the basis. Patience in this type of negotiation achieves the goal.”“.

It is noteworthy that the commander of the US Central Command, General Kenneth McKenzie, said during an interview with the Egyptian “Nile News” channel last Friday, “Ethiopia’s behavior towards the problem now worries us, as we realize the unique importance of the Nile for Egypt, not only in terms of cultural but also resources water and the economy in general.

as aArab McKenzie believes that “Egypt is exercising a tremendous amount of restraint, and it is trying to find a diplomatic and political solution to a real problem, and we will continue to try to find a solution to it that is appropriate for all parties to the conflict.“.






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