The word war of Egypt and Ethiopia over the Nile is under goner. The Egyptian president said in a statement that Egypt will not allow even one drop of water to flow to its country. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiye Ahmed said in a speech to parliament that the controversial Nile Dam is not war-torn, but warned that no one would jeopardize our security.
“Where will the focus go” is what we will all see.
“The only solution that seems to me to be peaceful in order to avoid conflict is to negotiate with the riparian countries on the table.” This is the only way because the water resource management seeks the cooperation of the riparian countries. It is impossible to work alone. So if the Ethiopian Ministry of Labor thinks I can work alone with the Water Resources Administration, it’s very wrong. They should talk about how to use the water resources together. UNHCR has announced that it has created a crisis for Ethiopians in Ethiopia and Egypt. According to the commission, Ethiopians working in Egypt will be harassed and harassed by their employers and the government. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) also urges the protection and rights of Ethiopian refugees in Egypt.
Under Article 14 (b) of the Nile Basin Cooperation Framework, which was drafted seven years ago, it urges members of the Nile River to use its water resources without harming them. At the time, the framework indicated that Egypt and Sudan, who did not agree with this article, were present. This legal document also suggested that Egypt should replace the existing water body in a manner that would protect the existing water levels in a way that would protect its water rights.
Egypt, which has imposed this precedent, has not yet signed the framework, but in the months since then it has been understood that the policy has been revised to improve its water rights. According to local reports, Minister of Water, Irrigation and Electricity, Dr. Sileshi, presented his ten-month performance report to the House of Peoples’ Representatives.
Speaking to Deutsche Vele, Director of Public Relations at the Ministry, Egypt said he was interested in discussing the document and his proposal.
When I look closely at the Nile Basin countries to agree on the deal, Debbie Vele says the change in style is “not necessary,” he told Deutsche Vele. Dr. Jacob, who claims Egypt has the right to ask the question, says it is not fair.
It is to be recalled that a technical study was commissioned by two French companies to protect Ethiopia and Sudan from water dams in the dam on the Nile. According to Belaumeneh, the company, which was founded by Artelia and BRL, started operations in March 2009.