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Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan resume negotiations over a disputed dam

  • Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan have resumed negotiations over Ethiopia's controversial dam on the Nile River. The talks aim to reach an agreement on the operation of the $4.6 billion Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam within four months.
  • Egypt is concerned about the dam's impact on its water supply and considers it an existential threat. The country heavily relies on the Nile for agriculture and the needs of its large population.
  • Key issues to be resolved include the amount of water Ethiopia will release downstream during droughts and the mechanism for resolving future disputes. Sudan also wants coordination and data sharing to protect its own dams on the Blue Nile.
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