Dr. Jennifer Veilleux is a geographer and water scientist. This blog shares news, research, and fieldwork experiences from the Nile, Mekong, and Missouri river basins. She analyzes impacts development has on transboundary water resources and river communities.
Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel-Moteleb headed Monday to Sudan on a two-day visit for talks with his Sudanese and Ethiopian counterparts on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
The conferees will review a report of the tripartite-committee, which assessed the dam's impact on Egypt's and Sudan's quota of Nile water.
The meeting is meant to reach political and institutional agreements on cooperation mechanisms between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia.