South Sudan received water dredging machines from Egypt.
The administration of Unity State has acquired Egyptian-donated water dredging machinery.
The project would remove sediments and weeds blocking the Naam River in Unity State and Bahr el Ghazal basin in conjunction with the Egyptian government.
This aims to prevent flooding in the Sudd region. The equipment has arrived, therefore implementation is underway. True, the equipment is in Unity State and we’ll shortly start opening the river, Gai said.
The state official couldn’t say when the project would begin but hinted soon.
“Unity State will shortly execute this initiative. Yes, we’ll shortly start, along with the other machines on the border.”
When the dredging procedure will begin and how much machinery has arrived are unknown.
In March, the Egyptian government gave Manawa Peter gear for cleaning Nile River paths.
Minister Manawa’s press secretary explained that the project aims to decrease floods in South Sudan and meet Egypt’s water needs.
A dredging machine or barge removes sand, dirt, and water weeds.
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