Category Archives: Legal

Serbian Companies Eager to Invest in Ethiopia, Says Ambassador

Addis Ababa,  Some Serbian investors have shown keen desire to invest in Ethiopia in the field of agriculture in particular, the country’s ambassador said. In an exclusive interview with ENA, Ambassador Aleksandar Ristic said Serbian companies are eager to engage

Malawi President Calls for United Front Against COVID-19

BLANTYRE – Malawi president Lazarus Chakwera is calling for collaborative efforts in the fight against coronavirus, which has so far infected nearly 6,000 Malawians and killed over 170 others.  But commentators say the government should also tackle other diseases rather

Ethiopia’s Tigray Region Votes in Defiance of Government

ADDIS ABABA – Polls opened in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region on Wednesday, in defiance of the federal government. The ballot is a direct challenge to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who postponed general elections earlier this year because of the COVID-19

IGAD Condoles Sudan Following Floods

(DJIBOUTI, Djibouti): The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) sends its condolences to the Government and people of Sudan over the loss of lives and properties due to the recent rising floodwaters and heavy rainfalls. IGAD sends sincere condolences to the families,

Ethiopia Ever Willing to Repatriate Citizens, Over 400,000 Migrants Returned in 3 Years from Saudi Arabia

Addis Ababa,  The Government of Ethiopia has repatriated more than 400,000 citizens from Saudi Arabia during the past 3 years consistent with its principle of never refusing to receive citizens from any country but operating on the basis of availability

Ethio-Germany Energy Cooperation Launches Competition on Energy Solutions

Addis Ababa, An Innovation Competition on “Decentralized Energy Solutions for Ethiopia,’’ was officially launched in a virtual ceremony held on Tuesday. Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy organized the competition in partnership with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs

Reconciliation Commission, Ministry Agree to Work in Collaboration for Peace

Addis Ababa,  Ministry of Peace and Reconciliation Commission have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that enables them to work jointly today. The MoU was signed between Peace State Minister Almaz Mekonnen and Reconciliation Commission Chairperson Cardinal Berhaneyesus. The memorandum enables

Six Killed in Port Sudan Inter-Communal Fighting

KHARTOUM – At least six people were killed and more than 50 others were injured after a peaceful protest turned violent in the city of Port Sudan Sunday night, said local residents.  Authorities in eastern Sudan, where the area is