Daily Archives: May 12, 2018

Intensive Interlinked Consultations Underway b/n South Sudanese Parties

Addis Ababa Intensive Interlinked Consultations (IIC) is being underway in Addis Ababa between South Sudanese parties since yesterday, IGAD said.

The consultation is aimed at narrowing the differences between the …

COMMUNIQUE? OF THE FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING OF THE IGAD DROUGHT DISASTER RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVE (IDDRSI)

ENTEBBE, UGANDA-The partners of IDDRSI, including Member States, IGAD Secretariat, Development Partners, UN agencies, Civil Society Organisations and members of the private sector actors, committed to ending drought emergencies in …

Ethiopia, France Discuss Ways of Strengthening Relations

Addis Ababa Foreign Affairs State Minister, Hirut Zemene, and French National Assembly Foreign Affairs Committee President Marielle De Sarnez have discussed about elevating the long-standing relationship between the two countries …

UN SAYS ETHNIC CLASHES IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA DISPLACE AT LEAST 200,000

ADDIS ABABA -- The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) on Friday said ethnic clashes in Southern Ethiopia have displaced more than 200,000 people.

UNOCHA said …

Infrastructural Works Registering Impressive Growth

Addis Ababa The activities that have been underway to develop infrastructural networks across the country are reportedly paying off.

The public, including farmers, are thus benefiting from access to all …

Ethiopia, China Parliaments Agree to Strengthen Cooperation

Addis Ababa Speaker of the House of People's Representatives (HPR), Muferiat Kamil, and Chairman of the National People's Congress of China Li Zhanshu have discussed ways of deepening bilateral relations …

African Free Trade Area Projected to Raise Industrial Exports by Over 50 Percent

Addis Ababa The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is estimated to increase Africa's industrial exports by over 50 percent by 2022, Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Executive Secretary Vera …