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Yemeni writers and politicians stand against threats facing Egypt in Libya and Nile waters

@ Cairo, Newsyemen, Special English

2020-08-03 20:16:42

A group of Yemeni writers, intellectuals and politicians issued a statement declaring their full solidarity with the Arab Republic of Egypt and its right to protect Egypt's national security.

The statement referred to Egypt's right to face the water war by all means available, stressing the need to find a just solution to the problem of the "Renaissance Dam" that Ethiopia has established in recent years over vast areas.

They also stressed that they stand unequivocally with Egyptian national security as part of Arab national security, and that they are with any national solution to the agreement in Libya, so that the integration of Egyptian and Libyan national security is in consideration.


In the same context, the statement called for the activation of the rule of "no harm and no harm" with regard to the Renaissance Dam, so that everyone is aware of Egypt's need for nile water, and ethiopia's need for electricity.

But at the same time, they explained that the electricity learned from the Renaissance Dam could not be at the expense of more than 100 million Egyptians, who are entirely dependent on the Nile water.

In their statement, the intellectuals revealed the extent of the conspiracy against Egypt since the "Portuguese" thought of turning the Nile estuary into the Red Sea since the 16th century, reaching the "Renaissance Dam" plot and trying to deprive Egypt of its historical and legal right to water today.

In their statement, they stressed that yemenis' choice with Egypt as the leader of the Arab nation and guarantor of Arab national security, and therefore the problem of the Nile water should be solved in accordance with international laws and human rights.

The statement concluded that the Yemeni people and elites rejected all forms of war and conspiracies imposed on Egypt, which are used by water as a means of harming the strategic interests of Egypt and Sudan.


In addition to the threats that some countries in the region and the ocean are trying to impose on Egypt by supporting "terrorist and extremist" movements, Egypt has the right to defend its national security and political borders.


It should be noted that the most prominent solidarity in this statement are former President of the Journalists Syndicate Mr. Albari Taher, Ahmed Naji Ahmed, Saeed Al-Janahi, Yahya Mansour Abu Piggy, Azal Al-Sabbari, Ahmed Saif Hashid, Abdul Karim Al-Razhi, Mohammed Sadiq al-Adini, Oujdi al-Ahdal and dozens others.


On the other hand, the Egyptian People's Assembly has authorized the Egyptian army in the face of threats administered by Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood from the libyan side, and the House of Representatives and Libyan tribes called on the Egyptian army to intervene to restore and stabilize security in Libyan cities.


Foreign and Arab reports reported the arrival of tens of thousands of terrorists and extremists who were in Syria with the support of the Ordgan regime and facilitated by the al-Wefaq government headed by Al-Sarraj in Tripoli.