After Trump’s statements, Ethiopia rejects “sterile threats” regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Saturday 24 October 2020 12:10 Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Addis Ababa - REUTERS Dubai -the East On Saturday, Ethiopia expressed its rejection of what it described as "sterile aggressive threats" aimed at subjecting it to agreeing to "unfair" conditions regarding the Renaissance Dam, against the backdrop of statements … Continue reading After Trump’s statements, Ethiopia rejects “sterile threats” regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

የህዳሴው ግድብ የሶስትዮሽ ድርድር ባለመግባባት ቢቋጭ ግብፅ የምትወስዳቸው እርምጃዎች ሴናርዮዎች!!

(ፀሐፊ: Raphael Addisu|17 June, 2020) ሀ) ከኢትዮጵያ ጋር ወደ ቀጥታ ጦርነት አትገባም!! ይህ የማይሆንበትና ግብፅ ከኢትዮጵያ ጋር ቀጥተኛ የምድርም ሆነ የአየር ላይ ጦርነት ለመግጠም የማትደፍርባቸው ቢያንስ ሁለት ምክንያቶች:- 1ኛ.) በአለም አቀፍ ህግ መሰረት ኢትዮጵያ ላይ ጦርነት ለማወጅ የሚያበቁ መነሻዎች የሏትም:: ይህ ደግሞ ግብፅን የአንድን የተባበሩት መንግስታት ድርጅት መስራች አባል ሀገር የግዛት ሉዓላዊነት የተፃረረች (aggressor) የሚያደርጋት … Continue reading የህዳሴው ግድብ የሶስትዮሽ ድርድር ባለመግባባት ቢቋጭ ግብፅ የምትወስዳቸው እርምጃዎች ሴናርዮዎች!!

Egypt & Ethiopia: Promoting mutual interests

​“If water is a matter of life and death for both Egypt and Ethiopia there is ample motivation for them to agree to resolve their differences over the Renaissance Dam in a way that benefits both,” said a diplomat speaking on condition of anonymity. Former assistant to the foreign minister Mohamed Hegazi agrees. “Yes, the … Continue reading Egypt & Ethiopia: Promoting mutual interests

After big dam gamble, Ethiopia seeks private energy for power surge

September 5, 20017, Ethiopia By William Davison Ethiopia’s public investment in mega dams has been a bold attempt to make up for Africa’s power deficit. But despite some impressive achievements, doubts remain about the efficiency of those schemes, as the government leaves its comfort zone to try and attract private capital into renewable energy projects. … Continue reading After big dam gamble, Ethiopia seeks private energy for power surge

New round of Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam talks kicks off in Khartoum | Cairo Post

The Dutch firm Deltares withdrew from a bid to conduct the dam studies due to divergences of roles with the French BRL group and the competence of each firm in preparing the report on the impact of the dam.