Egypt’s Minister of Water Sources and Irrigation Hani Sweilam arrived in Sudan on Saturday on an official two-day go to to debate bilateral relations along with his Sudanese counterpart Daw Al-Bayt Abdel Rahman.
It’s Sweilam’s first go to to Sudan since he assumed his place in August 2022.
Sweilam burdened the energy and depth of the everlasting, historic and fraternal relations that bind the 2 brotherly international locations, referring to the lengthy and joint historical past of cooperation between the 2 international locations in all fields, particularly within the subject of water sources, which is likely one of the most necessary areas of cooperation, as the 2 international locations are linked by one artery, the Nile River.
For his half, Abdel Rahman welcomed Sweilam and the members of the Joint Everlasting Technical Authority for Nile Water and expressed his hope to debate all problems with frequent curiosity, stressing the necessity for honest cooperation with international locations in The Nile Basin, giving significance to the State of South Sudan, which needs to be the main focus of the 2 states consideration, particularly in coping with floods.
The 2 ministers visited the headquarters of the Joint Everlasting Technical Fee for Nile Water and reviewed the presentation submitted by the Rapporteur of the Fee, which presents the assorted actions of the fee, the initiatives it undertakes and what was achieved in 2022
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