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Ethiopia Prime Minister in Kigali For a three day state Visit.

President Kagame With Hailemariam Desalegn in New York a few years back

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Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn is in Rwanda for a three day state visit according to Rwandas foreign Affairs minister Louisa Mushikiwabo.
The Minster using her twitter handle @LMushikiwabo tweeted “Prime Minister of Ethiopia just touched down at Kigali Int’l Airport, for a 3-day State visit to Rwanda. “Ikaze” PM Hailemariam Desalegn!”
The Premiere who is expected to meet with President Kagame later has come back to Rwanda barely a few months after he attended the African Union summit in Kigali where he held secret talks with President Museveni Of Uganda.
It believed that the horn of Africa strong man is visiting the East African countries for support and help to stop Egypt bullying that has been going on ever since the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the blue Nile River .
For the beginners the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is a 6,450 MW power dam that is being constructed on the Nile by Ethiopia at cost of Eight Million dollars, The potential impacts of the dam have been the source of severe regional controversy. The Government of Egypt, a country which relies heavily on the waters of the Nile, has demanded that Ethiopia cease construction on the dam as a preconditions to negotiations, sought regional support for its position, and some political leaders have discussed methods to sabotage it.
Egypt has planned a diplomatic initiative to undermine support for the dam in the region as well as in other countries supporting the project such as China and Italy.
However, other nations in the Nile Basin Initiative have expressed support for the dam, including Sudan, the only other nation downstream of the Blue Nile, which has accused Egypt of inflaming the situation Ethiopia denies that the dam will have a negative impact on downstream water flows and contends that the dam will in fact increase water flows to Egypt by reducing evaporation on Lake Nasser. It has accused Egypt of being unreasonable; Egypt is demanding to increase its share of the Nile’s water flow from 66% to 90%

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