By Watchdog reporter

Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is already in Uganda for Nile Basin Initiative Summit.

Sisi jetted into Entebbe on Thursday morning for the summit, one of several leaders who flew in for discussions on sharing River Nile that has divided the region for years.

Today’s meeting sought to ensure that all Nile states sign and ratify the Cooperative Framework Agreement (CFA), also known as the Entebbe Agreement.

Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Kenya signed the framework on the use of the Nile waters in 2010 while Burundi signed it in 2011.

 

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