Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt negotiations

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Appointments from Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan keep on arranging water use issues identifying with the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam being based on the Nile River. 

 

Following two days of gatherings in Washington, the U.S. Treasury Department gave an announcement saying the specialized and lawful groups from all nations are settling on progress toward a last understanding that will be inspected by pioneers in the individual nations. 

 

"The United States, with specialized help from the World Bank, has consented to encourage the arrangement of the last understanding for thought by the pastors and heads of state for end before the month's over," said Steven Mnuchin, U.S. secretary of the treasury. 

 

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, presently out traveling that will remember stops for Angola, Ethiopia, and Senegal, said he is intently observing the dealings. 

 

"I went over and saw the Sudanese and the Egyptians and the Ethiopians yesterday to urge them to gain ground on that, to ensure that everybody has the water that they need," he told VOA on board his airplane.

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