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Egypt angry as Ethiopia fills Nile dam reservoir amid water row

  • Ethiopia has filled the reservoir of its highly controversial hydroelectric dam on the Blue Nile, angering downstream countries Egypt and Sudan. Egypt relies on the Nile for its water needs and accuses Ethiopia of disregarding their interests.
  • Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced the completion of the dam's fourth and final filling, despite facing internal and external obstacles. The dam has already begun generating electricity and is expected to double Ethiopia's electricity output.
  • Negotiations between Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan, aiming to establish common rules for the dam's operation, resumed last month. Egypt and Sudan argue that Ethiopia's unilateral filling of the reservoir violates a 2015 agreement and international law.
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