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Eritrea's President Isaias supports Egypt over Ethiopia on Nile river issue PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 16 May 2010 05:23

(JT) According to a publication by the Eritrean Ministry of Information, President Isaias Afwerki has reached an agreement with Egypt on various bilateral matters. President Isaias Afewerki said the Nile Littoral States (Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda etc) are however making the "wrong agreements and regulations" on the use of the Nile river. In an interview with Egyptian Television, Isaias said the position of upstream Nile countries "not only aggravates the situation but also creates tension. " http://www.jimmatimes.com/article/Africa_News/Africa_News/Eritreas_President_Isaias_supports_Egypt_over_Ethiopia_on_Nile_river_issue/33470


 

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