An assertion by the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the goal was a rehash of the Arab States “misinformed positions on the GERD,” and said that “because of its horrifying help to the unjustifiable cases of Egypt and Sudan in regards to the GERD, the League of Arab States has effectively wasted its chance to assume a valuable part.”
Tuesday’s gathering of the Arab states, which was facilitated by Qatar, came a couple of days after Egypt submitted 95 pages report to the UNSC requiring the board to mediate in the GERD dealings before Ethiopia embraced the second filling of the dam. Egypt additionally blamed Ethiopia for receiving “an arrangement of equivocation and obstructionism.”
The archive, seen by Addis Standard, undermined that “the ebb and flow stalemate in exchanges and the proceeded with inability to agree on the GERD could have genuine repercussions on territorial steadiness and security.” “Neglecting to agree, and the one-sided filling and activity of this super dam will unfavorably influence the water security and interests of downstream states which, thus, will have genuine political and security consequences. For Egypt.