Abel Birhanu Daily Ethiopian News Jun3 28, 2020

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Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have consented to continue exchanges over the activity and filling of an enormous Nile dam being worked by Addis Ababa following a videoconference highest point that united the pioneers of the three countries under the support of the African Union. 

 

Arbitrators were given fourteen days to arrive at a legitimately official understanding that settle every single extraordinary issue, similar to how to deal with supported dry season and settle future questions. 

 

The choice to continue the arrangements is probably going to defuse pressures that have consistently developed between the three countries since the breakdown of the most recent round of talks prior this month, with media and authorities in Addis Ababa and Cairo discussing a quick crumbling emergency that could prompt threats.

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