The USA and Sudan are pushing for an amicable resolution to the dam dispute in Ethiopia

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Sudan’s Prime Minister in the transitional government, Abdalla Hamdok, speaks to people in the Friendship Hall in Khartoum as they celebrate the first anniversary of the start of the uprising that overthrew longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump and Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok called on Friday for an amicable solution to the dam dispute with Ethiopia and Egypt.

Hamdok spoke to Trump by phone after Sudan and Israel announced they would normalize relations and said he wanted to find a friendly solution. Trump, who held the call in front of reporters at the White House, said he told Egypt the same thing.

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