14 December 2018

Ethiopia: Premier Confers With Addis-Based European Ambassadors

Addis Ababa — Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed held talks with more than 30 Addis-based European ambassadors this morning.

According to the office of the Prime Minister, the ambassadors hailed the progressive steps embarked on in the past seven months since the coming of the new leadership.

The ambassadors commended especially on the opening up of the political and media spaces, and expressed their gratitude regarding the role Ethiopia is playing to bring stability and integration in the region.

Noting the positive changes taking shape, members of the European Union and non-EU member countries equally confirmed their sustained partnership with Ethiopia.

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