Minister of Transport and Logistics of Ethiopia, H.E. Dagmawit Moges meets Brussels based journalists

The Embassy of Ethiopia in Brussels organized an event for journalists from various media houses based in Brussels, Belgium today, the 21st of June 2022.

The event was graced by the presence of the Minister of Transport and Logistics of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, H.E. Mrs. Dagmawit Moges who is now in Brussels to attend European Development Day that involves more than 10,000 participants around the world. The Minister took the opportunity to invite the guests to promote objective journalism and encouraged them to visit Ethiopia and see first hand developments on the ground.

In her welcoming remarks, Ethiopia’s Ambassador, H.E. Hirut Zemene said this event is organized to celebrate the working relations between the Embassy and the media outlets and to further enhance the cooperation. She expressed hope that invited Brussels based media outlets will continue to closely followup developments in Ethiopia and play their parts to be constructive partners in promoting the true image of the country.

The journalists got the opportunity to test and experience the unique traditional Ethiopian finger food and coffee ceremony.

Source: Embassy of Ethiopia in Brussels

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