"I don't know what the problem is", you write. Neither do I. And neither do many experts on the matter. You just shrug it off, wondering what the Sudan and Egypt are worrying about, both countries being tributaries, extremely important and crucial ones by the way. Are you some kind of expert on the repercussions of that project? You already know what the consequences will be on the flow of the Nile? I don't. Most people don't but somehow YOU do.I don't know what the problem is? The new dam and reservoir will be only thirty odd miles upstream of a reservoir in Sudan. It will provide much needed electric power and water for irrigation during the dry spells. The Ethiopians will have food and power. Is that bad?
And the head waters of the Blue Nile start in Ethiopia. It's THEIR water. I wish they would just shut the f-up!
Ethiopia diverts Nile for huge $4.7 bln hydro dam
By Aaron Maasho | Reuters – 17 hrs ago
But I'm impressed with your "scientific" treatise, to wit " I wish they would just shut the f-up! " Mr African and water expert has spoken.