Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute and France National Space Studies Center have consented to a participation arrangement today.
Space Science and Technology Institute Director-General Solomon Belay and National Space Studies Center President Jean-Yves Le Gall consented to the arrangement.
The establishments would, as needs be, work to address the effect of environmental change utilizing information got from satellites.
In addition, the collaboration would recognize and screen territories where farmlands, woodland, and water are accessible by applying space innovation.
Limit building and trade of specialists, making a stage to utilize space science for harmony and changing the assention without hesitation are a piece of the collaboration understanding.
This collaboration assention is a piece of the other three understandings, specifically guard, money, and social legacy which have been marked by the nations amid the visit of President Macron.
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has rejected a call by Egypt for World Bank arbitration in a dispute over a hydroelectric dam Addis Ababa is building along its share of the Nile. The two countries are at odds over the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, with Cairo fearing the project would restrict waters flowing down from Ethiopia’s highlands and through the deserts of Sudan to its fields and reservoirs. The Horn of Africa country, which aims to become the continent’s biggest power exporter, says the $4 billion-dam will have no such impact. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Seeking professional support is one thing, transferring (arbitration) to an institution is another thing. So we told them that this is not acceptable with our side. With discussions deadlocked for months over the wording of a study on its environmental impact, Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry proposed late last month that the World Bank be allowed to help settle the dispute. “Seeking professional support is one thing, transferring (arbitration) to an institution is another thing. So we told them that this is not acceptable with our side,” the state-run Ethiopian News Agency quoted Hailemariam as saying. The agency, which spoke to