Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt talks on Renaissance dam fail to progress
Some Nile basin countries are engaged in open conflict over the water sharing issues. Photo by Emmy Muchunguzi

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan failed to make progress over the impact of Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on water share of downstream countries on Thursday in Khartoum.

In the embedded article, Ethiopian Reporter Newspaper learnt from an Ethiopian foreign affairs office’s high official that the talk ended without any breakthrough because Egypt disagree with the Nile water share proposals.