"We will take care of the Nile, and we will preserve your share of the Nile water and we will work to increase this share", Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed promised the Egyptian people following his meeting with President Abdel-Fatah el-Sissi.
His remarks came in a joint press conference in Cairo with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi following their talks on the giant dam that is now being built on the Nile River.
On Sunday, Ahmed held talks with President El-Sisi about issues around the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, as well as bilateral cooperation and issues of mutual interest. "We will work with the people of Egypt in any area", Abiy said.
Ethiopia's prime minister has sworn not to "harm" Egypt's share of the Nile, breaking the deadlock in talks over control of Africa's longest river.
Rafael Nadal Lifts Record 11th French Open Title
In Madrid, Thiem thrived in the quicker, higher altitude conditions to win their quarter-final in straight sets. Currently, Nadal is three victories shy of the titles clinched by Federer, who is four years older than him.
Al-Sisi said he has been working over the past four years with Ethiopia to reach an agreement on the dam dispute.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister arrived in Cairo on Saturday for a two-day visit, his first since he assumed office in April.
Ethiopia and Egypt have been trading war of words sometime back after Egyptian president ranted "Nile is a matter of life and death for Egypt" - connoting that it is a red line.
During the meeting in Addis Ababa, the three states agreed to form a scientific study group for consultation on the reservoir construction and filling and to hold a summit among the three countries' leaders every six months. Ethiopia says the dam is essential for its economic development.
Trump adviser says Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back' at G7 summit
The calamitous summit ended in disarray after Trump broadsided his allies by disavowing a joint statement the U.S. had agreed to. They didn't tell you that, did they? The actions of Trump have been severely criticised by French President Emmanuel Macron .
Construction workers are seen in a section of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam, as it undergoes construction, during a media tour along the river Nile in Benishangul Gumuz Region, Guba Woreda, in Ethiopia, March 31, 2015.
Translation: "By his weak imagination power, Sisi thought that by making the Ethiopian PM swear he is saving Egypt's historic right in Nile waters, the Ethiopian PM will stick to his swear".
The dam is being built near the Ethiopia-Sudan border and is already 63 percent complete.
Net neutrality rollback: FCC chairman Ajit Pai responds to critics
There are two main schools of thought as to how the end of net neutrality will affect everyday internet users. The Federal Communications Commission said the repeal will remove problematic regulations.