The third filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will not pose a threat to Egypt’s water security this year, reports Doaa El-Bey
Last week, I discussed three messages conveyed by the visit by a delegation of Egyptian civil-society representatives to Sudan on 10-12 May,
I have just returned from a brief and intensive visit to Sudan as part of an Egyptian civil society mission aiming to strengthen relations between the Egyptian and Sudanese peoples.
Egypt is in talks with the African Development Bank (AfDB) in order to benefit from the bank’s financing and expertise to boost its wheat, maize, and soybean cultivation.
The second round of dialogue between the Libyan High Council of State and Tobruk-based House of Representatives took place as scheduled in Cairo in mid-May, and in a speech opening the first session,
A confrontation with Ethiopia over water resources is becoming inevitable
President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi inaugurated the fourth World Youth Forum (WYF) in Sharm El-Sheikh on Monday. Since its launch in 2017,
Egypt has come out on top with Morocco and South Africa the second and third most robust markets for investment, according to the latest Rand Merchant Bank report titled ‘Where to Invest in Africa 202
After last month’s United Nations Security Council (UNSC) presidential statement urging Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia to resume negotiations and reach a legally binding agreement on the GERD
President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s speech at the UN General Assembly this month presented Egypt interacting effectively with allies in building a better world and a more secure and stable Middle East.
Cairo is about to get a new waste collection system after contracts were signed with the Irtiqaa and Enviro-Master companies to collect, transport, and recycle waste,
On Monday, President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi inaugurated the world’s largest wastewater treatment plant. Bahr Al-Baqar wastewater treatment plant, east of Port Said, will treat 5.6 million cubic metres