Marah said in statements to the (6/13/2020) episode of "Beyond the News" program that the problem with Egypt regarding the Renaissance Dam has become a political problem, not legal, and said that Egyptian officials turned the crisis into a marking through Twitter and an escalation in the speech, and went to the fourth round of The negotiations that Sudan is hosting are announcing their pessimism, which confirms their unwillingness to negotiate, but rather they are seeking to waste time in the hope that Ethiopia will block the start of filling the dam.

Marah stressed that Egypt must understand the importance of the Renaissance Dam to bring about development in Ethiopia, which has a population of more than 100 million people, and suffers from poverty and unemployment among its citizens, stressing that Ethiopia will not violate its promises and will not deprive Egypt of its share of water, because it understands how important The Nile for Egypt.

However, the Egyptian expert in international relations, Mohamed Hamed, stressed the Egyptians ’conviction that there is no hope for negotiations taking place in Khartoum today, stressing that there is no room for dealing with Ethiopia in the matter of the Renaissance Dam, as long as Addis Ababa insisted on its refusal to participate Egypt and Sudan in the management of The process of operating the dam in a way that ensures the preservation of the interests of the third countries. It is noteworthy that Ethiopia considers this requirement to violate its sovereignty and does not agree with the agreements signed between the three countries in the past.

Hamed said that if Ethiopia insisted on filling the dam without prior agreement, this would mean the inevitable end of Egypt. At the same time, he refused to ridicule the mark launched by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry to respond to Ethiopia's insistence on filling the dam, considering that this is one of Egypt's tools to defend its rights, along with its other options to defend these rights.

As for Ibrahim Al-Amin, the Sudanese expert on the Nile Basin affairs, he warned against the complexity of the situation, and stressed the need for the sane people to settle the matter between the three countries, especially between Egypt and Ethiopia, and he said that Khartoum will not accept that Egypt thirsts and deprives its water share of the Nile, as it understands the need of Ethiopia To develop and meet the increasing needs of its citizens.

Al-Amin affirmed Khartoum’s readiness to seek to reduce tension between its two neighbors, despite his assertion that Khartoum is a partner and not a mediator in this issue. Renaissance, such as African or European pressure.

Nevertheless, Ibrahim recognized that Egypt and Sudan are responsible for depriving their citizens of the Nile water, indicating that Sudan was not keen after the 1959 agreement to construct dams that embrace water on its lands, and also indicated that Egypt agreed in 2011 to start Ethiopia to complete the Renaissance Dam without prior agreement, Then came the signing of the Egyptian officials in 2015 with their Ethiopian counterparts to give Ethiopia the right to complete the dam without putting any conditions.