OUTGOING AMBASSADORS OF CANADA, DENMARK AND TUNISIA PLEDGE TO SUPPORT ETHIOPIA’S REFORMS

ADDIS ABABA-- The outgoing ambassadors of Canada, Denmark and Tunisia to Ethiopia have pledged to provide support for the fruitfulness of Ethiopia's ongoing reform under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

The three diplomats called on President Mulatu Teshome at the National Palace here Wednesday. During the farewell ceremony, Canadian Ambassador Philip Beker, Denmark's Ambassador Mette Thygsen and Sahab Khlfalah of Tunisian expressed their readiness to assist the Premier's ongoing reforms.

Mentioning that he had exerted his utmost efforts in strengthening the mutual relationship between both countries in all spheres during his stay, Beker pointed out Canada's commitment to support and attain the desired goals.

He added that Canada had been extending its assistance in areas including economic co-operation, mining and exchanging views on governance in particular in matters relating to federalism. Beker appreciated the hospitality of Ethiopians describing it as one of the many things he had enjoyed during his stay.

Tunisian Ambassador Sahab Khlfalah expressed commitment to encourage business persons to come and invest in Ethiopia.

President Dr. Mulatu Teshome appreciated the goodwill of all ambassadors and for the tireless efforts they made to synergy the relationship of their respective countries with Ethiopia.

He also assured the outgoing ambassadors that Ethiopia is keen to further consolidate bilateral ties in the spheres of trade and investment with the three countries.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK