"Finance and Energy ministers from
"All parties made technical presentations at the meeting which was hosted by the
At the meeting, Mr Kaberuka stressed the need for thorough technical studies underpinning the project so as to avoid price distortions.
"The president of the bank further highlighted that the environmental studies have to be done well as we cannot afford to engage in such a huge endeavour without accepting and respecting international protocols that have been put in place to ensure sustainability of projects of such nature. We also need tight co-ordination among stakeholders and a sense of urgency in implementing the project," he said.
"There is no shortage of impact, the issue is shortage of resources and hence the need for priorities which should be determined in consultation with Government and other stakeholders to see where we can make more impact with the few resources we have and use them to leverage other needs," he said.
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