Outside obstruction and a transition to squeeze Ethiopia in the GERD arrangements is unsuitable, said Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen. “Any transition to mention to us what we ought to do and shouldn’t do isn’t suitable,” said Demeke at the twelfth ordinary meeting of the Council held today.
The Deputy Prime Minister, who is likewise Chairperson of the Council, added the following arrangements ought to be led shrewdly and focusing on Ethiopia’s public interest.
The gathering was gone to by Gedu Andargachew, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Dr. Seleshi Bekele, Minister of Water, Irrigation, and Energy, among others.
Dr. Seleshi on the event gave an instructions to the members on the current status of the undertaking and the three sided meeting held with downstream nations.