CAIRO (AP) — Egypt and Sudan say the latest round of talks over Ethiopia’s massive dam have failed. They say no progress was made after Addis Abba rejected a Sudanese proposal to include international mediators. The latest talks, which ended Tuesday, were held in Kinshasa, Congo, and were meant to address a yearslong dispute over a giant dam that Ethiopia is building on the Nile River’s main tributary. The talks center on the speed at which a planned reservoir is filled behind the dam. Egypt and Sudan, largely desert countries, fear the dam will decrease their access to waters from the Nile.
The post Egypt, Sudan say no progress in talks over Ethiopia’s dam appeared first on WEEK.