Daily news update GERD June 26

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The diplomats are Johnnie Carson, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Herman Cohen, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Dr. Chester Crocker, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Jendayi Frazer, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, George Moose, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Susan Rice, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and Linda Thomas-Greenfield, previous Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. 

 

In a letter to the Under Secretary for Political Affairs, David Hale, they communicated their interests about the heightening pressures among Ethiopia and Egypt over the utilization of the Nile waters and development of the dam. 

 

The Ambassadors likewise prescribed the United States to empower an impartial and dependable nation outside of Africa and the Middle East to intervene the difference. 

 

"The GERD talks are entering a basic stage, and we encourage the United States to grasp lack of bias and bolster certified intervention, which is the most ideal approach to propel our inclinations and to guarantee security and solidness in the area," they said. 

 

As indicated by them "the recognition properly or wrongly that the United States has agreed with Egypt in the dealings will constrain our capacity to help endeavors planned for arriving at a settlement." They further said that "Weight on Ethiopia or suspension of multilateral or respective help will solidify positions and make bargain progressively troublesome."

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