The government authorities of Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia are set to resume talks over the Nile dam , they’re are hoping to find solutions as regards the water disputes in the renowned dam. The Nile dam has been facing a water dispute for the past few years.
The most recent talks, which were held by videoconference toward the beginning of November, closed without progress.
The gathering is to be led by the South African president Cyril Ramaphosa who additionally goes about as the top of the African Union.
The Nile, which streams nearly 6,000 kilometers, is an imperative wellspring of water and power for around twelve East African nations.