Thursday, May 30, 2013

ሰበር ዜና-የግብፁ ፕሬዝዳንት ሙሐመድ ሞርስ ዛሬ ከመከላከያ ሚኒስትራቸው አብደል ፋታህ አልስሲን ጋር ስብሰባ ተቀምጠው ነበር ፣ኤርትራ በአባይ ግድብ ጉዳይ ከግብፅ ጋር መሰለፏ ይፋ ሆኗል

ሰበር ዜና 
''አህራም ኦን ላይን'' የተሰኘው የግብፅ የድህረ-ገፅ የአንግሊዝኛ ጋዜጣ ዛሬ ሐሙስ ግንቦት 22፣2005 (may 30,2013) ከካይሮ እንደዘገበው የግብፁ ፕሬዝዳንት ሙሐመድ ሞርስ ዛሬ ከመከላከያ ሚኒስትራቸው አብደል ፋታህ አልስሲን፣የሃገር ውስጥ ሚኒስትራቸውን ሙሐመድ እብራሂምን እና የደህንነት ሚንስትር ራፋት ሸሃታን ይዘው ኢትዮጵያ እየገነባች ባለችው የታላቁ የህዳሴ ግድብ ላይ ስብሰባ አድርገዋል።
እንደ ፕሬዝዳንቱ ቃል አቀባይ ኢሃብ ፋህሚ  ገለፃ ውይይቱ የተደገው ግድቡ በግብፅ ላይ የሚያመጣውን አይነተኛ ተፅዕኖ ላይ መሆኑን ጠቁመው በመቀጠል ''በጉዳዩ ላይ ፕሬዝዳንቱ ከኢትዮጵያ ባለስልጣናት ጋር በጋራ አጠቃቀም ዙርያ ላይ አሁንም ንግግር  እየተደረገ ነው'' ብለዋል።
በመጨረሻም እንደ ጋዜጣው ዘገባ  ፕሬዝዳንቱ ከውጭ ጉዳይ ሚኒስትራቸው ሙሐመድ ከማል ኦመር ጋር እና ከ ውሃ ሀብት ሚኒስትሩ ሞሐመድ በሃ ኤልድን ጋር መመካከራቸውን እና ''በግብፅ የውሃ አቅርቦት ላይ ማንም እንዲያስፈራራን አንፈቅድም'' የሚል መግለጫ ከፕሬዝዳንቱ ቤተመንግስት መሰጠቱን አጥቷል።


ከ''አህራም ኦን ላይን'' ዘገባ  ውጭ ተጨማሪ
 

ኤርትራ ናዋን ለይታለች 

 ባለፈው ወር የአባይን ጉዳይ አስመልክቶ የሱዳኑ ''ሱዳን ትሪቡን'' እንደዘገበው። ኤርትራ ሱዳን እና ግብፅ በቅኝ ግዛት ዘመን ኢትዮጵያን አግልለው ለብቻቸው የአባይን አጠቃቀም በተመለከተ የተፈራረሙትን ውል እንደምትደግፍ መግለጧን ዘግቧል። ለእዚህም ተግባሯ የግብፁ መሪ ሙሐመድ ሞርስ አቶ ኢሳያስን ማሞገሳቸውን እና በቅርቡ ሊያገኛቸው እንደሚሻ መግለጣቸውን ጋዜጣው አትቷል።

ግብፅ የኤርትራን ጦርነት ለማስጀመር ከዛሬ 35 አመት በፊት ለአቶ ኢሳያስ ካይሮ ላይ የነዳጅ ማደያ በመስጠት የሻብያን የመጀመርያ መነሻ ካፒታል ከሰጡት ውስጥ የምትቆጠር መሆኗንየሚገልጡ አሉ።
በ 1990 በኢትዮ ኤርትራ ጦርነት ወቅት የግብፅ አማካሪ ጀነራሎች አስመራ መታየታቸውን ጠቅሶ አንድ በአዲስ አበባ የሚታተም የግል ጋዜጣ እውነትነቱን እንዲያረጋግጡ ለጠየቃቸው  በአዲስ አበባ የግብፅ  አምባሳደር በሰጡት መልስ ''ጡረታ ከወጡ በኃላ ጀነራሎቻችን ምን እየሰሩ እንደሆነ የማረጋገጥ ግዴታ የለብንም'' ማለታቸው እና ጉዳዩን በተዘዋዋሪ ማረጋገጣቸው ይታወሳል። 

ዛሬ የወጣው የግብፁ ''አህራም ኦን ላይን'' እና ባለፈው ወር በሱዳን የታተመው ''ሱዳን ትሪቡን'' የእንግሊዝኛ ዘገባን ከእዚህ በታች  በተያያዘው የ ''ጉዳያችን ጡመራ'' ላይ ያንብቡ።

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ahramonline

http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/72768.aspx 

Thursday, 30 May 2013
Egypt's Morsi, top officials mull response to Ethiopia dam move
Egyptian officialdom awaits outcome of tripartite commission's report on Ethiopian dam project – expected on Sunday – before deciding on appropriate response
Ahram Online , Thursday 30 May 2013
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President Morsi and the officials during the meeting (Photo: Presidency Official Facebook Page)
President Mohamed Morsi on Thursday met with Defence Minister Abdel-Fatah El-Sisi, Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim and General Intelligence head Rafaat Shehata to discuss recent developments in Sinai and Egypt's position regarding Ethiopian plans to build a series of dams on the Nile.
According to presidential spokesman Ehab Fahmy, meeting attendees discussed the options available to Egypt to deal with Ethiopia's 'Renaissance Dam' project and the project's potential impact on Egypt and its share of Nile water.
Fahmy also stated that talks were ongoing with Ethiopian officials in an effort to reach an agreement to the "mutual benefit" of both countries.
President Morsi, Fahmy said, had also discussed the issue with Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Omar and Water Resources Minister Mohamed Bahaa El-Din.
At a press conference held earlier on Thursday at the Presidential Palace in Cairo, Fahmy said that the presidency would "not allow anyone to threaten Egypt's supply of Nile water."
Egypt supports development projects in Africa "as long as they don't affect Egypt's national security," the presidential spokesman stressed. He went on to note that President Morsi was keen to cooperate with "all African states" on water-sharing issues.
At a press conference convened following the meeting with the president, Bahaa El-Din declared that the Egypt had ruled out a military response in the event that Ethiopia insisted on going ahead with its dam project.
The minister added that a report on the dam project by an international tripartite commission – consisting of representatives from Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia – would be issued on Sunday.
If the report concluded that the Ethiopian dam project would adversely affect Egypt, Bahaa El-Din said that Egypt would prepare "a number of scenarios."  

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SUDAN TRIBUNE 

FRIDAY 19 APRIL 2013
http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article46276

Eritrea supports Egypt’s position over Nile water dispute

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By Tesfa-Alem Tekle
April 18, 2013 (ADDIS ABABA) – The Eritrean government said this week that it supports Egypt’s stance over a colonial-era treaty that granted Egypt a right to utilise the lions share of Nile river’s water resources.
The Red Sea nation expressed its support in a message sent from the Eritrean president and delivered to Egypt’s president by Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Saleh and Presidential Adviser for Political Affairs, Yemane Gebreab.
The Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, has highly welcomed Eritrea’s position towards Egypt’s "historic rights" over the sharing of the water of the Nile River.
Morsi said that he looks forward to meeting his Eritrean counterpart.
Although Ethiopia is the source of 85% of the Nile’s water, downriver countries, Egypt and Sudan, use 51 billion and 18 billion square meters a year respectively, around 90% of the Nile’s resources.
In April 2010, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania signed a new agreement in Entebbe, Uganda, to overturn a colonial-era treaty seeking a more reasonable and equitable utilisation of the river.
The deal was approved after Burundi later signed the agreement and joined the group in March 2011.
Newly-independent South Sudan has not yet signed the Cooperative Framework Agreement but it has also rejected the 1959 Nile water agreements between Sudan and Egypt.
Downstream countries of Egypt and Sudan have, however, dismissed the deal, saying the agreement is insignificant because it did not include all Nile basin countries.
Egypt has in the past warned against construction of further dams along the Blue or White Nile’s.
One year after the Cooperative Framework Agreement was signed; Ethiopia launched the construction of a massive $4.8 billion dam on the Blue Nile River raising protests from Sudan and Egypt that the dam - Africa’s biggest - would reduce the flow of the water to their territories.
Currently a tripartite committee, which is composed of six experts drawn from Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan, and four more international experts are assessing the impacts of the project.
The team is expected to announce the final findings and conclusions in May 2013.
(ST)
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