Daily Archives: February 3, 2020

Remarks by Ambassador Michael Raynor at Girma Yifrashewa’s Bridging Cultures Concert

By Ambassador Michael Raynor

Distinguished colleagues,

Guests and friends,

Good evening.

It's a great pleasure to join you for a wonderful night of music. Let me start by saying how …

Ethiopia: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) engages with police officers on international human rights standards on policing

Thirty-five police officers drawn from Bishoftu city, Oromia Region, enhanced their knowledge of international human rights standards and humanitarian principles on policing through a two-day seminar conducted in Bishoftu City …

The Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission highlighted the professionalism of Cuban doctors and professors

The Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission, HE. Mr. Kwesi Quartey received the seven experts participating in a workshop organized by the African regional organization for the conception of …

UN Committed to Enhance Support to Ethiopia: Resident, Humanitarian Coordinator

President Sahlework Zewdie held talks today with UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator Catherine Sozi about ways of strengthening cooperation.

UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator Catherine Sozi said the United Nations …

Ethio Telecom Launches LTE Advanced Mobile

The company added that it has also expanded the existing limited 4G LTE network coverage throughout Addis Ababa, and has been assessing demand for the service in regional cities.

LTE …

Ethiopia Constricts Border, Airport Measures to Prevent Coronavirus

Addis Abeba Ethiopia is constricting its border and airport measures to prevent the entry of novel coronavirus to the country, Ethiopian Public Health Institute (EPHI) revealed.

The Institute pointed out …

Desert Locust Bulletin 496 (3 February 2020)

Three hot-spots of threatening locust activity

The current situation remains extremely alarming in three main areas: (1) In the Horn of Africa, the worst affected area, there is an unprecedented …

Nation Won’t Accept Harmful GERD Agreement Nor Harm Downstream Countries, Says PM

Ethiopia will not enter into any agreement about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) that harms its national interest nor causes significant harm on the downstream countries, Prime Minister Abiy …