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Ethiopia Prime Minister has announced that his nation has no plans to use its massive hydroelectric power project to harm Sudan and Egypt dispite contributing 85% to the water resources to the Nile River.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed made the statement in his virtual address to the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly taking place in New York.
Quoting Ahmed, “I want to make it abundantly clear that we have no intention to harm these countries,” told 193 member states regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) being built along the Nile.”
He further noted that Ethiopia is paying close attention to concerns raised by the lower riparian countries during the ongoing Nile dispute talks brokered by the continental bloc, African Union (AU).
He also said they are basically working to meet the nation demand for electricity from clean energy as his country cannot afford to continue keeping over 65 million of its 110 million population in the dark.
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