1 #Egypt's population has 100% access to electricity. In #Ethiopia, about 56% of the total population of have no access to any form of electricity. pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @AlraiMediaGroup @ONtveg #GERD #Africa
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2 Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile and for millennia has been contributing 86% of the annual flow of the Nile - yet thus far Ethiopia is using almost 0% of its God given resource. pic.twitter.com/Fd1qijy9ZV @amrmoussa @aawsat_ar #GERD #Africa
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3 Development of the GERD is not a security threat to any country but is insurance for basic human rights for Ethiopians. READ -> https://byli.pro/3nve7 @ajmubasher @AJArabic #Africa #GERD
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4 As the rainy season of Ethiopia starts in July and ends in September, constructing dams is essential to effectively harvest water during these short seasons. pic.twitter.com/Fd1qijy9ZV @AlhayatArabia @AlQudsAlArabi #Africa #GERD
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5 Colonial based hydro hegemony of #Egypt and #Sudan is the impediment for completion of the #GERD negotiation pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @ajmubasher @ElFagrNews #GERD #Africa
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6 The #GERD will benefit #Egypt which will have regulated water flow enabling efficient water use, saving from the 15-billion-meter cubic water per year it loses to evaporation in the High Aswan Dam pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @AlTahrirNews @ElonMuskArabic #GERD #Africa
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7 The #GERD will accrue substantial benefits to #Egypt and #Sudan. #Sudan will be able to generate close to 3000 MW electricity pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @Aljaridaonline @Alqudsalarabi #Africa #GERD
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8 The flood water would be wasted unless large major dams, like GERD, are constructed pic.twitter.com/Fd1qijy9ZV @AlBayanNews @ahramonline #GERD #Africa
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9 Constructing large dams like GERD contributes to economic and social productivity enhancement. pic.twitter.com/eSKYnQlHkl @MofaSomalia @AlsafirDaily #Africa #GERD
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10 The diplomatic efforts made by the Government of Ethiopia to build trust and confidence with the concerned parties regarding the construction of GERD should be appreciated. pic.twitter.com/eSKYnQlHkl @R_Ghannouchi @aawsat_ar #Africa #GERD
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11 The int'l community should pressure #Sudan and #Egypt to end the unacceptable exclusionist status-quo on the #Nile waters and engage in genuine dialogue with #Ethiopia to reach an agreement for fair & equitable use of the Nile waters @alwatanelmasry @AJArabic #GERD #Africa
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12 More than sixty-five million Ethiopians do not have access to electricity. In contrast, hundred percent of Egyptians have access to electricity pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @AlraiMediaGroup @KhaledBeydoun #Africa #GERD
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13 The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa when completed. pic.twitter.com/Fd1qijy9ZV @ElFagrNews @AlQudsAlArabi #GERD #Africa
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14 The benefits of the Grand #Ethiopia|n Renaissance Dam (#GERD) to #Egypt and #Sudan pic.twitter.com/SgXJnUqm2u @AlHadath @EgyptTodayMag #GERD #Africa
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15 Ethiopians need to overcome threat of imposed poverty, darkness and famine that has for long been costing human lives. Using #Ethiopia’s Nile water resource within its fair share is an existential issue for the Ethiopian people @QueenRania @TamaraAlGabbani #GERD #Africa
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16 #Egypt and #Sudan need to sign the agreement and seek win-win solution under the existing Cooperation Framework Agreement (CFA) which is the only & right approach to find a long term resolution pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @Aljaridaonline @R_Ghannouchi #GERD #Africa
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17 There is an attainable path of agreement over the #GERD. The onus is on #Egypt and #Sudan to let go of unacceptable colonial privileges & address their concerns through dialogue. pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @SudanMFA @alquds #Africa #GERD
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18 Ethiopia has been making efforts at various levels since many decades to ensure fair and equitable utilization of the waters of the #Nile. pic.twitter.com/eSKYnQlHkl @GDNonline @ahramonline #Africa #GERD
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19 The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (#GERD) can usher in a new era of cooperation on the Nile Basin. pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @gulf_news @AlsisiOfficial #GERD #Africa
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20 The Blue Nile (Abay River) which flows from #Ethiopia’s Lake Tana is the largest tributary of the longest river in the world and joins the White Nile in Sudan. pic.twitter.com/RUUTTAn96x @AlakhbarNews @AJEnglish #Africa #GERD
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21 Ethiopia’s leadership on GERD is a game changer in the Nile basin water use discourse that could be a win win solution to the Nile riparian countries @MahmoudSaikal @SudanMFA #GERD #Africa
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22 Negotiated agreement is the only solution! The Facts on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam by NY Tristate #GERD Support. pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @HalaGorani @MariamRodz #GERD #Africa
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23 #GERD will provide multiple benefits to #Ethiopia, #Sudan and #Egypt including the minimization of adverse impacts of climate change pic.twitter.com/SgXJnUqm2u - via @WeAspire @AlMasryAlYoumAR @DailyNewsEgypt #GERD #Africa
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24 Ethiopia always had a firm position on adherence to international law on trans-boundary rivers being concerned with equitable share & reasonable utilization of the #Nile waters. pic.twitter.com/CbMmNRdwt1 @MariamRodz @OmarHussein #GERD #Africa
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25 The Nile Basin suffers from an absence of a comprehensive rule-based regional management system. Lower riparian countries have been focused on preserving their ill acquired water share through colonial agreements. pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @gulf_news @khaleejtimes #Africa #GERD
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26 The #GERD negotiation is a dialogue on the sharing of the added benefits of the Nile generated by the Grand #Ethiopia|n Renaissance Dam pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @TahrirNews @ComorosDiplomacy #GERD #Africa
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27 The construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam can significantly contribute to regional economic integration. pic.twitter.com/RUUTTAn96x @Alqabas @alhayatpalestine #GERD #Africa
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28 The #GERD is not the problem in the Nile basin, but the unjust colonial water use Treaty is. 'Equitable share' vs 'historical rights' READ -> https://byli.pro/bmic7 @AlsisiOfficial @AJEnglish #GERD #Africa
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29 Although #Ethiopia contributes about 85% of water to the Nile, #Ethiopia had been extremely influenced by external forces for many years not to utilize the #Nile waters to any meaningful degree pic.twitter.com/CbMmNRdwt1 @Aljaridaonline @MohdBukhary #GERD #Africa
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30 With more than 8,000 large dams and above 300 water treaties worldwide, #Egypt, #Ethiopia and #Sudan should be able to agree on equitable utilization of the Nile pic.twitter.com/cflGSOuN61 @joellemardinian @Shorouk_News #GERD #Africa
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