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April 2021 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/april-2021-2022

Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). [5]. The countries involved in the process, namely the United States, China, and Israel, she wrote, “do not object to the implementation of the project and it will serve their interests without exception.”

July 2021 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/july-2021-2022

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). were also discussed.

May 2021 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/may-2021-2022

We conclude with an. al-Jazeera. assessment of the situation surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). [13].

June 2021 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/june-2021-2022

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). seem to have reached an impasse during the latest round of talks among the parties involved and the African Union, with Addis Ababa announcing the beginning of the second filling of the dam in July 2021. In an interview with.

May 2022 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/may-2022-2023

The importance of Beijing’s role as mediator is also highlighted by Egyptian researcher Mostafa Khalaf, who commented on the necessity of a tripartite negotiation between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), which is likely to be on the agenda of the China-sponsored

September 2021 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/september-2021-2022

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). through treasury bonds and Chinese financing as a model that Beirut could follow to solve its energy and water problems.[5]The newspaper argues that Lebanon could take advantage of China’s increased “diplomatic presence on the international scene,” and “Beijing's

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