Talks On Ethiopia’s Electric Nile Dam Have Collapsed

DW: Talks collapse on Ethiopia's electric Nile dam
Sudan and Egypt have grown increasingly concerned by Ethiopia's stance during negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The gravity dam on the Nile has been under construction since 2011.
The latest round of talks between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) appeared to have broken down on Tuesday.
The three sides are all seeking to find some common ground but Egypt's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Ethiopia had a "lack of political will to negotiate in good faith."
Hosted by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in Kinshasa, the meeting between the three countries' foreign ministries began on Sunday and were extended into a third day on Tuesday.
More News On Ethiopia – Egypt – Sudan Talks collapsing Over The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
Three-Way Talks Over Ethiopian Dam Fail in Kinshasa: Statements — Reuters
Three-way talks over Ethiopia dam fail — Al Jazeera
Kinshasa negotiations over GERD made no progress: Egypt Foreign Ministry — Egypt Independent
Sudan to consider 'all possible options' to protect its security due to Ethiopia's intransigence in GERD talks — Ahram Online
Egypt-Sudan-Ethiopia talks on Nile dam end without progress — Middle East EyeOriginal Article

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