The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation and the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology signed a cooperation protocol.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi held a meeting Wednesday with ministers of agriculture and military production.
That was in the ministerial meeting held Monday to regulate the resumption of negotiations on the operation and reservoir's filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
In July, Ethiopia held around 4 billion cubic meters in the reservoir.
In addition to the representatives of Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan, the meetings will be attended by U.S. and EU observers as well as AU experts.
The Egyptian media should not mention a military action as an option in the issue of the Renaissance Dam (GERD), President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said Tuesday.
Water flows in the Blue Nile carries 136 million tons of silt, saying that this amount of silt is enough to fill the Renaissance Dam’s in 50 years.
Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Aati discussed with Sierra Leone Minister of Water Resources Philip K Lansana bilateral ties in the water resources domain.
About ten stations stopped operating, he noted, adding that the gates of Roseires Dam were opened to pump water into the station in order to resume operation.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and a number of ministers visited Aswan to check on a number of projects and facilities.
Until present, eight days of negotiations gave rise to no outcome.
In a phone call, they discussed the Israeli unilateral measures intended for annexing parts of the occupied Palestinian territories to consider coordinating cooperation on various regional developments
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inaugurated on June 29, 2020 Sphinx Airport on Cairo-Alex Road and the New Administrative Capital airport via video-conference.
The newly-formed legal and technical committee will submit its report on the disputed issues to President Ramaphosa within a week from the issuance of the communique.
The U.S. has reaffirmed its support for “a fair and equitable agreement that balances the interests” of Ethiopia and the two downstream nations, while the Arab League said the water security of Egypt and Sudan are integral to the Arab national security.
Shoukry said that Ethiopia’s statements regarding the dam are ‘provocative’ and contrary to what Addis Ababa pledged in the 2015 Declaration of Principles
Prime Minister Mostafa Madouli visited on Saturday Abou Rawash Wastewater Treatment Plant, which has been recently expanded and upgraded.
“It is better to turn off the tap when you wash your hands with soap and re-open it only when needed,” the ministry said
There is a LE2-billion increase compared to the current fiscal year.
The ministry plans to raise the coverage of the water supply network, and 500,000 social and middle-income housing units will be built across the country.