Rwandan President Paul Kagame said conversations on the pending issues of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) need to concentrate on the specialized investigation of specialists and be interceded at the African stage.
President Sahlework Zewde and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda talked about the scope of issues remembering two-sided and territorial issues for Monday, as per the Ethiopian Office of the President.
During the conversation, President Kagame said needs on the Nile River riparian nations ought to be given to specialized issues and understandings can follow.
Common interests of the nations can well be reflected as long as the specialized investigation is supported up by specialists, Kagame communicated his expectation.
As per him, other riparian nations' privileges to utilize the Nile waters for advancement need to similarly be perceived as Egypt considers the Nile River as a 'matter of endurance'.