Sunday 18 October 2020
Louis Fashionon, President of the World Water Council, said that Egypt is a big country in the field of water and its history is linked to the Nile River, noting that the issue of the Renaissance Dam is one of the issues of concern to the world. Because Egypt has a great position and a river that represents for it the path of peace and development.
During his speech at the opening session of Cairo Water Week, today, Sunday, Fashionon added that the foundations for a dialogue must be laid between the conflicting parties, pointing to the need to sign a new agreement that is fair to all and pushes everyone to cooperate.
And the President of the World Water Council continued: The Council is keen on dialogue between the parties with the Nile Basin countries.
It is noteworthy that the activities of the opening session of the Cairo Water Week began today in the presence of a number of ministers and ambassadors of Arab and foreign countries, and a number of ministers of agriculture, irrigation, immigration and endowments.