Egypt’s Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Ati said the rainfall on Nile streams is still higher than average as he chaired a period meeting of the Permanent Committee for Regulating the River Nile Revenue.
That has been accomplished over 18 phases since May 2017 when the campaign was launched by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
That was while inaugurating via video-conference Bahr Al Baqar Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is the world's largest.
The Spanish artist Alberto Reguera will make a 3D painting and will enlarge it after several days on canvas to enhance the interaction between the artwork and the audience.
He was speaking during a tour of the Upper Egyptian city of Aswan to follow up water and irrigation projects.
South Sudan Minister of Irrigation Manawa Peter lauded Tuesday in a TV interview the Supreme Joint Egyptian-South Sudanese Committee formed following President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's visit to Juba in November.
The Egyptian-French archaeological mission of the European Institute for Underwater Archeology (IEASM), discovered the wreck of a warship from the Ptolemaic period.
Roseires Dam administration warned that the delay in the negotiations resumption puts the Sudanese hydropower plant in peril.
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.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry concluded his meetings in New York with a bilateral meeting with Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield, the Permanent Representative of the United States of America in the United Nations.
Tayyeb also urged these communities to support the two downstream countries against some claims of ownership of the river and acting unilaterally in a way that harms the lives of the two countries’ peoples.
Egypt’s Haya Karima initiative works to change the living conditions of the countryside in the country over the next three years for the benefit of 4,500 villages.
Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel Atty held a videoconference meeting with Ms. Inger Anderson, Director of the United Nations Environment Program to discuss the current situation of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam issue.
Egyptian and Sudanese foreign ministers expressed their rejection to Ethiopia’s announcement of starting the filling process for the second year.
This came during Abdel Aati's tour to follow up the removal of encroachments on the River Nile in Greater Cairo.
The minister was in a visit to Khartoum to hold talks with the Sudanese side upon the directives of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
More signatures to a petition supporting Egypt’s right to the Nile River water on change.org have been coming in after Ethiopia’s rejection of all Egyptian and Sudanese proposals this week.
Those took place in Sudan's Marwa Airbase with the participation of Special Forces from both countries.