FM Calls on Security Council to hold session on Ethiopian Dam
Khartoum, June 22 (SUNA) – Foreign Minister, Dr. Mariam Al-Sadig Al-Mahdi, on Tuesday, called n the UN Security Council to hold special session, as quickly as possible, to review the disagreements on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and its impacts on the safety and the security of millions of people who live on the banks of the Blue Nile and the main Nile in Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia.
The Government Official Spokesman for the Renaissance Dam File, Omar Al-Farouq said the Foreign Minister called in a message sent today, Tuesday, to the President of the Security Council urged all the concerned parties to be committed to their commitments according to the international law and refraining from taking any unilateral measures calling on Ethiopia, in particular, to stop unilaterally filling the Renaissance Dam, which aggravates the conflict and poses a threat to regional and international peace and security.
The message appealed to the Security Council and all the concerned parties to seek mediation or any other appropriate peaceful means to resolve disputes and the remaining pending issues in the Renaissance Dam negotiations.
It also called on the United Nations, the African Union and all international and regional organizations to help advance the negotiations of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam by making their good offices and mediation efforts to resolve this dispute.
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