Ethiopia's contending ideological groups have communicated their pledge to the continuous development of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and the exchanges. Ethiopian Parties Joint Council, in a joint effort with the Office of National Council for the Coordination of Public Participation, held yesterday an elevated level gathering planned for making national agreement on GERD.
Committee Chairman, Musa Adem said in the event that the dam will solidify the political and social coordination of the nation's past creating power.GERD is one of the key issues about which political entertainers take a typical stand and would not deviate, he noted.
He focused on that ideological groups in Ethiopia are at an urgent point when they have to meet up and safeguard the nation's power. "GERD has been an image of solidarity and power. It is high on our rundown of needs."
Outside Minister Gedu Andargachew and Water, Irrigation and Energy Minister Sileshi Bekele informed the pioneers of the ideological groups on the dealings just as the development of the dam. Gedu reaffirmed Ethiopia's stand not be represented by a pilgrim treat an inheritance that denies its privileges against the option to build up its water asset on the Nile River.
In like manner, arrangement on impartial usage of the water asset is basic that every single ideological group of the nation should bolster, he noted.