Water under the bridge over the Nile (Video) Egypt and Ethiopia on Nile Dam

Egypt and ethiopia on Nile dam

Can Ethiopia and Egypt reach a deal that will provide 160 million people living along the Nile with sufficient water?

Egypt and Ethiopia are looking to put past disputes over the use of the water from the River Nile behind them.

Meles Zenawi, the Ethiopian prime minister, has visited Cairo for the first time and together with his Egyptian counterpart, Essam Sharaf, has agreed to set up a team of experts to review Ethiopia’s controversial dam project.
Egypt and ethiopia on Nile dam
But with upstream countries in desperate need of energy, we ask: How long can these new deals last? And who is set to benefit the most?

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Simply put, with 160 million people living along its banks is there enough water in the Nile for everyone?

Inside Story, with presenter Darren Jordan, discusses with Dia El-Din Ahmed El-Quosy, an Egypt-based water expert; and Adel Darwish, the author of Water Wars.

Source: Aljazeera.net

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  1. As you can see, egypt always threat ethiopia .our last measurment to egypt could be hard. we ethiopians prefer to die rather than to stay with poverty! we are the sons of( tewodros, minilik,yohanis,alula).our fathers do not thought us fear,they thought us victory.

    we love egyptian people but we do not denay to harm you ,if you not accept equal utilization on the river nile

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