21 February 2014

Egypt, Sudan Agree to Establish Water Projects

Egypt's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel Motleb said that Egypt and Sudan have agreed on an integrated working program that includes implementing joint water projects and conducting water researches to reduce water waste in the Upper Nile region and foster cooperation among the Nile Basin states.

Meanwhile, Sudanese Ambassador in Cairo Kamal Hassan said that the ties binding his country with Egypt will witness real boom in the coming period especially in the economic domain after opening road links and increasing trade and investments between the two countries.

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