Agreement Between Ethiopia And Egypt

Following the recent meeting of the African Union Assembly Office convened by President Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, he said that a positive and constructive spirit clearly showed the willingness of all parties to reach a mutually agreed agreement. The parties recognized the potential of the project for the African Union, engaged in a process supported by the President and pledged not to make a statement or take actions that could jeopardize or hinder the blocking process. The African Union Assembly Office and the participating heads of state and government have invited the UN Security Council to take note of these developments and the fact that the African Union is sensitive to this issue. It is therefore important that the Security Council respects these continental efforts and leaves the parties, through the agreed mechanisms, the space necessary to find a solution that guarantees a peaceful and fruitful future for the three neighbouring countries. The GERD debate is part of a long-running dispute between Egypt and Sudan – the downstream states – on the one hand, and Ethiopia and upstream residents, on the other, over access to the Nile waters, which are considered a vital artery for millions of people in Egypt and Sudan. However, despite strong differences of opinion, Ethiopia continues to advance the dam and argues that the hydroelectric project will significantly improve the livelihoods of the wider region. Although the water rights dispute among Nile residents has existed for decades, even after an agreement between Egypt and Sudan in 1959, GERD has created a new disagreement with new issues to be resolved. We combine other issues in negotiations and lions to expand the bargaining currency and create values. Areas of mutual interest that may be related to these negotiations may include trade agreements; Defence contracts Understanding educational and cultural exchanges The exchange of agricultural technologies and skills; Tourism Managing other natural resources Cooperation in the fight against terrorism and piracy. It is now up to the Security Council to take note and welcome the results of the African Union meeting and to call on the three countries to honour their commitments and commitments, he said. He called on the Council to encourage the parties to negotiate in good faith and refrain from unilateral action until their adoption, and presented a draft resolution consistent with the outcome of the African Union meeting to reflect the international community`s great interest in an agreement and its assessment of the dangers of unilateral acts.