Water minister of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt have met in Cairo to discuss on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Representatives of the U.S. Government and the World Bank Group are also attending the meeting as observers.
The two-day meeting will focus on issues raised regarding the dam during the meeting held on November 15 and 16 in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
Any reasonable person would agree that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has been Ethiopia's most well-known pioneer of the most recent 50 years. Be that as it may, presently, part of the way during his time year in office, numerous Ethiopians are thinking about whether their initial appraisals may have been untimely, given the progressing flood in shared savagery and the evident irregularity in the manner his administration treats individuals of various ethnicities.
At an early stage, Ethiopians at home and abroad were vocal in communicating support and giving consolation. The PM's Nobel Peace Prize featured his accomplishments, including his readiness to work over the walkways, both in residential and international strategy.
Simultaneously, in any case, troubling advancements have set off alerts. There are grumblings that the nation under Abiy's administration is by all accounts floating in perilous ways.