Egypt, Ethiopia in Talks to Break Logjam Over Dam
The ongoing diplomatic tussle between Egypt and Ethiopia over the use of water from the river Nile for Ethiopia's Grand Rennaisance Dam electricity generation project seems to be taking a step in the right direction.
North Africa: Egypt, Ethiopia in Talks to Break Logjam Over Dam
Egypt Online, 27 December 2017
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry discussed in Addis Ababa with his Ethiopian counterpart Workneh Gebeyehu means of enhancing joint cooperation and the outcome of a recent technical… Read more »
East Africa: More Than Just a Dam
Ethiopian Herald, 30 December 2017
The global media seems to limit the importance of the Nile and GERD to a bone of contention between Ethiopia and the riparian countries. Read more »
The Blue Nile Falls in Ethiopia.
The Office of the National Council for the Coordination of Public Participation on the Construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has denied "speculation" on social ... Read more »
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is expected to produce more than 6450 MW, which makes it the biggest hydro-electric power dam in Africa and the eighth biggest in the world. Read more »