Daily Archives: May 26, 2020

S. Korea to Provide 16,000 Tons of Rice to Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, South Korea pledged to provide 50,000 tons of rice to four countries including Ethiopia as part of its overseas food aid program, Yonhap News Agency reported today. Accordingly, Seoul plans to deliver 16,000 tons to Ethiopia, 10,000 tons

Ethiopia Records a New COVID-19 Death as Cases Rise to 701

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Tuesday registered 46 new coronavirus positive cases, pushing the total tally in the country to 701. The rising cases came as the Ministry of Health reported one new fatality, raising the death toll from COVID-19 to

Qatar Offers COVID-19 Medical Equipment to Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, Qatar has contributed nine tons of urgent medical supplies to support Ethiopia‘s effort in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Ethiopian Embassy in Doha. Qatar Airways loaded a shipment of nine tons of urgent medical supplies

Gov’t Taking Measures to Curb COVID-19 Impacts on Manufacturers

Addis Ababa, Industrial Parks Development Corporation of Ethiopia has introduced measures that minimize the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on manufacturers in industrial parks. Over the years the country has been expanding industrial parks in order to accelerate its economic transformation

Ambassador Calls for Ethio-India Cooperation in Fight against COVID-19

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and India should keep up cooperating in the fight against COVID-19 as the situation requires global action, solidarity, and international cooperation more than ever, Ethiopia’s Ambassador to India said. Participating in an online webinar meeting titled “Mapping

Religious Leaders Urge Gov’t to Complete Dam

Addis Abeba, Religious leaders have called on the government to complete the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam alongside conducting fair negotiations with the riparian countries for the benefit of citizens. At a press conference it held today, the Inter-Religious Council of Ethiopia,

Kenya, Ethiopia Ahead of Region in Benefits of AGOA Treaty: Report

Addis Ababa, Kenya and Ethiopia have led the way in their use of the Africa Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) treaty, scoring 98 per cent and 81.9 per cent respectively. According to data contained in the US Trade and Investment with