Jan 21, 2021 Sudan’s Sovereignty Council Chairman Abdul Fattah Burhan mentioned at a Jan. 16 press convention that deployment of Sudanese troops on the border with Ethiopia and the military’s management of the border areas had been pushed by home willingness, fairly than overseas incitement. He denied the presence of any celebration pitting Sudan towards… Continue reading Is Egypt behind Sudanese escalation on border with Ethiopia?
Jan 21, 2021 CAIRO — The Sudan News Agency (SUNA) reported Jan. 13 that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is searching for an initiative and mediation to converge the views of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia with the goal to interrupt the impasse within the negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). According to SUNA, an… Continue reading UAE steps in to ease Nile dam disaster
Jan 18, 2021 CAIRO — Ethiopia’s Minister of Water and Irrigation Seleshi Bekele Awulachew introduced Jan. 9 that the muse stone of a brand new dam was laid on the Agma River, a small river within the Blue Nile Basin, within the Amhara Region, north of the capital Addis Ababa. According to a report by… Continue reading Ethiopia lays basis stone of latest dam amid stalled GERD talks
Dec 24, 2020 Is Arab Spring sequel rising in Sudan? In case you missed it, Sudan is one of some Arab international locations — together with Iraq, Lebanon and Algeria — that has seen the beginnings of what appears more and more like a sequel to the Arab Spring demonstrations that started 10 years in the past this… Continue reading Sudan’s fragile transition boosted by turnaround in ties with US, Israel