Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has warned that “all options are open” after the latest round of talks between his country, Sudan and Ethiopia about a giant dam built by the latter on the Blue Nile ended without progress.
The formation of a dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia will be heavy, as Egypt sees Egypt to bring Ethiopia’s life in Egypt. Egypt’s people rely on the water of the Nile, any damage arrived and the waters faces in Egypt.
Delegates from the three countries met in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the current president of the African Union (AU), trying to break negotiations. The talks ended on Tuesday without solving the long role of surgery and filling the fire-saving storage.
Sisi, who spoke about the opening of the government, Sancan and Egypt were coordinated and “partnership and contract is much better than anything else.” Referring to the first regional conflict, he said: “We have seen each of each other.”
“I tell our brothers in Ethiopia, and do not let you touch a point in Egypt, because all options are open,” he said.
“We do not use water from Egypt or Sudan as water does not move to Ethiopia,” he said. “We are using water from Ethiopia so poorly need to drive a reasonable and reasonable use without damaging our neighbor.”
Ethiopian water minister SeleshiBechele told his conference on Ethiopia on Wednesday that Ethiopia continues to fill out the wide rate in June, which usually starts in June or July.
Selreeshina said. “We don’t turn off everything.” However, Seseisi wanted to stop tensions.
“No need to go to war unnecessary. The war did not begin to water. If the water flow in this fight today, will continue to monitor the flow of tomorrow,” he told reporters.
Egypt and Sudan, one of the stories after the Kinshasa meeting, who accused Ethiopia to restore the negotiations before the Walks.