Professor of Geology and Water Resources at Cairo University Abbas Sharaky posted on Facebook Tuesday a satellite image of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Sewilam made the observation through images he acquired on Google Maps, making a comparison between those of 2020 and others of 2022.
President Sisi Tanzanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Liberata Mulamula at Al Itihadiyah Presidential Palace.
The interview covered the food and energy crises ensued from the Russia-Ukraine War.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Wednesday at Al Itihadiyah Presidential Palace European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi.
The minister's statements came during his meeting with Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Petteri Taalas.
On February 20, Ethiopia announced it would generate electricity from the dam for the first time through one turbine (out of planned 13).
The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a brief comment on the Ethiopian announcement issued Sunday.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received his Tanzanian counterpart Samia Hassan Wednesday in Al Itihadiyah presidential palace holding an official ceremony.
They met on the sidelines of summit meetings taking place within the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) held in Glasgow.
U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and accompanying delegation visited Egypt Wednesday.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Sunday in Al Itihadiyah Palace Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Williams Burns.
Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Abdel Aty received Monday a number of Dutch consultants to confer over a potential cooperation program.
Roseires Dam administration warned that the delay in the negotiations resumption puts the Sudanese hydropower plant in peril.
They also discussed other matters.
The official added that the water resources issue is influenced by the political stances of regional and international players.
Gebali underscored that Ethiopia's unjustifiable behavior threatens Egypt's water security.
On July 8, a UNSC session was held for members to present their viewpoints on the crisis as well as the foreign ministers of Egypt and Sudan, and the irrigation minister of Ethiopia.
Such pretext aimed at playing down the fears of Egypt and justifying denying it its water rights is alarming.
Ethiopia eyes building three other dams, which along with the GERD are estimated to hold back 200 billion cubic meters of Blue Nile water.