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Egypt's water minister meets Sudanese counterpart

The minister's visit to Khartoum comes as part of a tour that includes Ethiopia

Ahram Online , Thursday 1 Aug 2019
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Egypt's delegation of Water Resources and Irrigation Ministry and their Sudanese counterparts during their meeting on Thursday (Photo courtesy of Water Resources and Irrigation Ministry)
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Egypt's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel-Ati held a meeting with his Sudanese counterpart Salah Ahmed Ibrahim in Khartoum on Thursday.

According to a ministry statement, Abdel-Ati was accompanied by a delegation of ministry officials during his visit.

In the meeting the two parties discussed bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries in fields of mutual interest.

Abdel-Ati and Ibrahim also continued their consultations regarding negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. Abdel-Ati presented Egypt's views in this regard.

The minister's visit comes as part of a tour that includes Sudan and Ethiopia.

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