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

the interests of others.”. According to Twaseef al-Maqbal, a journalist with the. al-Riyadh. newspaper, the struggle between the great powers is also one of the causes of the diplomatic deadlock over the future of the. Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). [5]. The countries involved in the

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

with an. al-Jazeera. assessment of the situation surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). [13]. According to the report, authored by Arif Abd al-Basir, Ethiopia will proceed with the second filling of the dam without having reached a binding agreement with the downstream countries

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

developments of the. Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). were also discussed. President al-Sisi stressed Egypt's firm position on the matter and its keenness “to preserve its water security and its historical rights to the Nile waters, by reaching a binding legal agreement to fill and operate the

June 2021 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
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of region, China, the United States, and Europe. The negotiations to resolve the diplomatic crisis between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia over the. 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

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

Lebanese newspaper. al-Nashra. presented the completion of the. 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

February 2018 - The Mediterranean Region looks at China
www.chinamed.it/observer/february-2018-2019

local business associations about China’s presence in the country at a time that the country’s interests in the Israeli high-tech market are seemingly waning. Gera Kaushansky, a cadre of the Associated Builders and Contractors, reportedly wrote a letter to the head of the Antitrust Authority Michal

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