Ethiopian Dam Would Cut Egypt’s Nile Water Share by 18 Billion Cubic Meters: Egyptian Minister

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CAIRO, Egypt

Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam project will reduce Egypt and Sudan’s share of Nile water by 18 billion cubic meters annually, Egyptian Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Bahaaeddine said on April 22.