Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan agree to seek binding deal over Nile dam

Niwandinda Daniel
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The first-year target for filling the controversial mega dam on the River Nile has been reached, Ethiopia says.
This would allow the first set of turbines to be tested.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s announcement came as Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan agreed to resume talks over the dam, following a virtual summit.
The project has been a source of huge diplomatic tension since its construction began in Ethiopia in 2011.
Ethiopia sees the hydroelectric project as crucial for its economic growth and a vital source of energy.
But Egypt and Sudan, which are downstream, fear the $4bn (£3bn) dam will greatly reduce their access to water.

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