President El-Sisi announced an important affirmation for all countries of the world, and everyone should pay attention to Egypt's right that not all Egyptians give up.
Egyptian President "Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi" affirmed his country's keenness for the success of the Renaissance Dam negotiations, which are sponsored by his Congolese counterpart Felice Tshisekedi, whose country holds the presidency of the African Union.
This came in a letter from President El-Sisi delivered to Tshisekedi, the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Irrigation, Sameh Shoukry and Mohamed Abdel-Aty, respectively, during his meeting with them today, Sunday, after the opening of the ongoing meetings in Kinshasa on the Renaissance Dam, according to a statement by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry's spokesperson's office, a copy of which reached the news agency. German (dpa).
The statement pointed out that President Al-Sisi stressed that Egypt is keen on the success of the Renaissance Dam negotiations sponsored by his Congolese counterpart, and appreciates the appreciated effort made by the Democratic Republic of the Congo to launch a negotiation process that leads to a fair, balanced and legally binding agreement that takes into account the interests of the three countries and strengthens the relations of complementarity and cooperation between them and deepens the Brotherhood bonds between peoples.
In addition, the message stressed that Egypt has a sincere political intention to reach the desired agreement at the earliest opportunity and before the next flood season, and that it will support President Tshisekedi's efforts in this regard, as Egypt looks forward to the meetings in Kinshasa to succeed in launching an effective path for negotiations with the participation of international partners. This enables the three countries to find solutions to the controversial technical and legal issues in order to formulate a comprehensive agreement for filling and operating the Renaissance Dam.
According to the statement, Minister Shoukry said that Egypt has consistently presented solutions and proposals that take into account the Ethiopian concerns in a manner that ensures the achievement of its development goals and preserves the interests of the two downstream countries, but the success of the ongoing efforts to settle the issue of the Renaissance Dam and avoid aggravating the situation in a region that is already suffering from turmoil and instability requires the availability The political will of all parties to reach a fair and equitable agreement.