All Ethio፡ Egypt’s unfair self-centered stand will hurt Egypt itself unless Egypt correct it’s perspective to win win situation, this have been up already been told to them by the late prime minister the visionary meles zenawi, and his successor our new prime minister Dr abiy also try the same ideas to inferences to Egypt, a win–win game is an interaction from which all participants can profit in some way. In conflict resolution, a win–win strategy is a collaborative strategy and conflict resolution process that aims to accommodate all participants. from our 115 million population the 90 million population are without electric city Egyptian get 95% electricity be fair,
Ethiopia is well e-cubed with defense mechanism there’s no worry for Egypt’s bully if Egypt’s determined to attacks Ethiopia the great hydropower Dam Egypt will never see a drop of water from us we would divert it to the endless Rift valley. if Egypt start this war it’s going to be the big cry for Egypt I wonder why God decided to strike the whole Egypt because of this attitude. Egypt stop bullying Ethiopia around the Medias
Ex 11:5 Every fir stborn son in Egypt will die, from the firstborn son of Pharaoh, who sits on the throne, to the firstborn son of the female slave, who is at her hand mill, and all the firstborn of the cattle as well. Egyptian doesn’t have conflict resolution skill at all in this matter.
Egypt: Ethiopia rejecting ‘fundamental issues’ on Nile dam
By SAMY MAGDY, Associated Press
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia said Sunday they would resume talks this week over a contentious, massive Nile dam, even as Egypt accused Ethiopia of trying to hinder progress on a resolution to disagreements over the project. © Provided by Associated Press FILE – In this June 28, 2013 file photo, construction work takes place, at the site of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam near Assosa, Ethiopia. Egypt and Sudan said talks over a controversial massive Nile dam would be resumed Monday, June 15, 2020, amid Egyptian accusations that Ethiopia has sought to scrap “all agreements and deals” they had previously reached, and that “many fundamental issues” remain rejected by Ethiopia, the third party to the project. (AP Photo/Elias Asmare, File)
The construction of the $4.6 billion Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile, which is over 70% complete and promises to provide much-needed electricity to Ethiopia’s 100 million people, has been a friction point between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, the three main Nile Basin countries.
The three countries have been holding talks for years, without reaching a deal. Those talks came to an acrimonious halt in February when Ethiopia rejected a U.S.-crafted deal and accused the Trump administration of siding with Egypt.
Egypt’s Irrigation Ministry on Saturday accused Ethiopia of bogging down the talks with a new proposal that it called “worrisome.”
“The Ethiopian proposal aims to scrap all the agreements and understandings reached by the three countries during the negotiations spanning nearly a decade,” said ministry spokesman Mohammed el-Sebaei. More…AP