A deal that saw Ethiopia taking a stake in the Port of Djibouti - its main access point for maritime traffic - may bode well for future relations between the Horn of Africa neighbours.
Decisive Move Towards Full-Scale Economic Integration
Ethiopian Herald, 13 July 2018
With regard to port ownership, as the import-export transactions and the economy expand it is a right step for Ethiopia to come to the drawing board. Read more »
The flags of Ethiopia and Djibouti.
Ethiopia, Djibouti - Torchbearers of Regional Integration
Ethiopian Herald, 11 July 2018
Ethio-Djibouti ties dates back to ancient times of pre-colonial Eastern Africa. There are abundant records indicating several hundred years of diplomatic history between kingdoms… Read more »
Ethiopia Considers Building Oil Terminal in Djibouti
Reporter, 7 July 2018
Capacity limitations at the Djibouti oil terminal has prompted the Ethiopian government to start planning to build an oil terminal at the port of Djibouti, The Reporter has learnt. Read more »
After Berbera And Djibouti, Ethiopia Now Eyes Kenya's Lamu Port
Dalsan Radio, 7 May 2018
At the invitation of the President of the Republic of Kenya,H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta, the Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, H.E. Dr. Abiy Ahmed Ali, made a… Read more »
Djibouti's strategic location makes it an important entry point into African markets for global ... Read more »
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