Al-Sisi: I briefed the Spanish Prime Minister on Egypt’s position on the Renaissance Dam

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said, on Wednesday, that he briefed Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Egypt’s firm position on the issue of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

In the press conference with the Spanish Prime Minister, the Egyptian President added: “During my meeting, I was keen to address a number of regional and international issues of common concern, as I briefed His Excellency on the latest developments in the Renaissance Dam issue, stressing Egypt’s firm position to adhere to maintaining its water security now and in the future, and stressing On the importance of reaching a comprehensive, just and legally binding agreement between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia on the rules for filling and operating the Renaissance Dam, and the importance of the international community pushing in this direction and working to support and support an effective negotiating process to achieve this goal.

It is noteworthy that Sisi received, on Wednesday morning, at the Federal Palace, the Prime Minister of the Government of Spain, and the spokesman for the Egyptian presidency said that “the meeting witnessed the holding of bilateral talks, followed by an expanded session of talks in the presence of the delegations of the two countries.”

Earlier, Sisi stressed the importance of water for Egypt, describing it as a matter of “life or death,” and said: “With regard to the issue of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, Egypt is supportive of development and construction in Ethiopia,” adding: “Our position on the Renaissance Dam has always been Positively, we said and repeat that we are ready to cooperate and partner with the Ethiopians.. We want to live and they live.” He continued by saying: “We do not want water to remain a cause of conflict, problems or clash, but rather for development and cooperation among us.”





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