Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Mahmoud Gamal
The Ethiopian Renaissance Dam crisis is currently going through a critical stage, as political negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan are stumbling due to Ethiopian intransigence and failure to take Egyptian-Sudanese concerns into account. After the Kinshasa negotiations (April 2021) held under the auspices of the African Union (AU), the crisis reached a deadlock, which led the head of the ruling military regime in Egypt to hint in a high-pitched tone at the possibility of taking military action to deter Ethiopia and prevent it from proceeding with the second phase of filling the dam reservoir without a legally binding agreement on the filling and operating rules.
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