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Nile Dam Crisis: Ethiopian PM Asks Ramaphosa To Intervene in the Dispute

Ethiopia is constructing the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile tributary of the Nile River, and Egypt and Sudan have raised their grave water security concerns.

Nile Dam Crisis: Ethiopian PM Asks Ramaphosa To Intervene in the Dispute

With no compromise reached yet, Ethiopian Pm Abiy Ahmed has asked SA president Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the Nile Dam crisis.

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