Egypt says the World Financial institution ought to be introduced in to resolve tensions with Ethiopia over an enormous dam on the Nile River that Egypt says threatens its water safety.

Overseas Minister Sameh Shoukry spoke Tuesday in Addis Ababa after a 10-month deadlock over the dam’s technical negotiations. The talks additionally contain Sudan.

Shoukry calls the World Financial institution “impartial and decisive” and says “science ought to be the figuring out issue” in resolving the difficulty.

Ethiopia says the Grand Renaissance Dam’s building won’t scale back Egypt’s water share.

Overseas Minister Workneh Gebeyehu says Ethiopia will think about Egypt’s proposal and that “this dam is just not going to trigger any important hurt.”

The dam, now 63 % full, would be the greatest hydro-electric plant in Africa.

Ethiopia’s chief is anticipated to go to Egypt subsequent month.