Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia on Saturday are set to audit a draft understanding with respect to the filling and working of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), while specialized boards proceed with their work in the coming days.
The outcomes will be introduced to the Presidency of the African Union next Thursday in readiness to report the consequences of this round of arrangements, which have stayed stale in arriving at any advancement.
Addis Ababa had endeavored in the most recent round of converses with attaching the issues of the dam's activity with sharing the waters of the Blue Nile, which was dismissed by Cairo and Khartoum in their responsibility to arrive at an official understanding that incorporates a debate settlement system.
As per sources engaged with Nile water concerns, the specialized boards will begin conversations on Saturday with the point of blending the recommendations of the three nations into a solitary draft, at that point figured into a consent to be introduced to the AU.
The sources said that Addis Ababa plans to begin the second period of filling the dam in August 2021 with the beginning of the stormy season, to store 18.4 billion cubic meters of water.
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