Trump says talks with Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan on dam dispute went well

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WASHINGTON, Nov 6 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he held talks with officials from Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over a new dam being built on the Nile River.

“The meeting went well and discussions will continue during the day!” Trump said in a Twitter post. Egypt fears its water crisis could worsen as Ethiopia starts filling the reservoir behind a giant dam upriver. Nile-user Sudan also has an interest in the hydropower project. (Reporting by Doina Chiacu; Editing by Chris Reese)



  1. Today in Washington DC the countries Ethiopia , Sudan and Egypt agreed to reach a common agreement over the disputed dam by January 15 , 2020.

    If one or all disagree the United Nations and all governments interested will make it their business to meddle in the issue after January the 15th.

    Before the end of this year 2019
    Qualified engineering safety inspectors , Lawyers , international relations experts , historians , humanitarians , environmentalists and all other concerned individuals of the three countries are expected to say their opinions, make their opinions heard.

  2. The current institutionalized Ethiopian political reforms and the institutionalized Ethiopian economic reforms are beloved to be helping to sprint the development of Ethiopia, since Ethiopia is ready to put the youth to work by attracting international investors .

  3. The shift to investment based develpoment is the correct path for all Nile Basin Nations.Thank You President Trump for brokering the Peace Initiativr to avoid catastrophe in the Zone that is marked by conflicts.Prime Minister Abey Ahmed of Ethiopia is a key factor for the peace process with Sudan and Egypt.

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