Renaissance Dam: Sisi warns of infringing Egypt’s right to the Nile waters, saying it is a “red line”

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi

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Al-Sisi indicated that he does not threaten anyone with his statements, stressing that “the hostile act is an ugly matter and has long-term effects that the people will not forget.”

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said during a conference today, Tuesday, that no one can violate Egypt’s right to the Nile water, warning that prejudice to it is a “red line” and will have an impact on the stability of the entire region.

Al-Sisi added in his statements on the sidelines of his visit to the Suez Canal: “No one can take a drop of water from Egypt’s waters. Whoever wants to try, let him try, and there will be a state of instability in the entire region, and no one is far from our power.”

Al-Sisi indicated that he does not threaten anyone with his statements, stressing that “the hostile act is an ugly matter and has long-term effects that the people will not forget.”

He said that negotiation is the option that Egypt started and that it is in the issue of negotiating the Renaissance Dam crisis and hopes to reach a fair and binding legal agreement that achieves profit for all.





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