El-Sisi: “We seek to reach a binding legal agreement that preserves Egypt’s water rights”

El-Sisi received today, “Sam Nujoma,” the former President of the Republic of Namibia, in the presence of Minister Abbas Kamel, Head of General Intelligence, and the participation of the Namibian ambassador in Cairo.

The meeting witnessed an exchange of views and visions on a number of African regional issues, especially the issue of the Renaissance Dam, where the former President of Namibia affirmed his country’s support for Egypt’s efforts through negotiations to resolve this issue in a manner that achieves the interests of the three countries. For his part, the President emphasized in this context the principles The Egyptian position seeking to reach a binding legal agreement that preserves Egypt’s water rights and also meets the aspirations of other countries in development.

Ambassador Bassam Radi, the official spokesperson for the Presidency of the Republic, stated that the President welcomed the visit of “NUOMA” to Cairo, stressing Egypt’s pride in the bilateral relations that it enjoys with the sister country of Namibia, and congratulating him on his recent receipt of the award of the “Kimmit Boutros Ghali Foundation for Peace” in recognition of his efforts and achievements in the field Settlement of conflicts on the African continent, as well as for his long struggle for the independence of Namibia.


Arab Observer

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