Ethiopia won’t wait indefinitely to operate dam, warns minister Redwan Hussein

Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Redwan Hussein, yesterday stressed that Ethiopians would not wait “indefinitely and they expect the green light to use their country’s resources”,in reference to operating its dam project.

“We have informed Sudan that we are ready to exchange data regularly to meet their concerns over the security of their smaller dams, but their position now serves the interests of a third party, not the Sudanese people,” Hussein said.

The official pointed out that Ethiopia has provided “more opportunities for Egypt and Sudan to benefit from the dam, despite their failure to appreciate it,” stressing that Addis Ababa would use its resources “without causing any significant harm to downstream countries.”

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