The Impending Catastrophe of US’ s Current Policy on Ethiopia

It is almost 118 years since Ethiopia and the US inked the first diplomatic relations on December 27, 1903 along with a “Treaty of Amity, Reciprocal Establishments and Commerce. On January 6, 1909, a US Legation was established in Addis Ababa and after four decades on November, 9, 1949 and Ethiopian Legation was established in […]

Algerian FM Arrives in Addis Ababa

(ENA)The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra has arrived in Addis Ababa today. State Minister Ambassador Birtukan Ayano received the minister upon arrival at Bole International Airport, according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs. During his stay in Ethiopia, the foreign minister will have discussions with President Sahle Work Zewde, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, […]

Deputy PM Confers with UN Under-Secretary-General for Political, Peacebuilding Affairs

(ENA) Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen had a meeting with UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peace buildingAffairs, Rosemary A. DiCarlo Discussing the Tigray issue, Demeke said the Unilateral Humanitarian Ceasefire was meant to help farmers in the region to employ the rainy season, although it fell on deaf ears so far. The […]

TPLF’s Drive to Recruit More Children for War Exposed

(ENA) TPLF officers are pushing hard to find more child soldiers from all districts in the region, writer and blogger Jeff Pearce said. In a brief update he posted today, Pearce revealed that a trusted source in Tigray region reported that with 35 woredas (districts) in Tigray, the terrorists are expected to recruit from 5,000 to 10,000 […]

Scholars Believe Second Round Filling of GERD Will Shift Trilateral Negotiations

(ENA) The completion of the second round filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) will definitely lead to a shift in the trilateral negotiations between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan, scholars said. Morgan State University Political Science and International Relations Professor, Getachew Metaferia told ENA said Egypt has for a long time counted itself as the […]

Ethiopia, Algeria Agree to Strengthen Ties: Foreign Affairs Spokesperson

(ENA) Ethiopia and Algeria have expressed their readiness to strengthen the longstanding, historic relations between the two nations, according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Algeria Foreign Affairs Minister Ramtane Lamamra is in Addis Ababa for an official visit. Following his arrival today, he held talks with President Sahle Work Zewde and Deputy Prime Minister and […]

Terrorist TPLF Carrying Out Atrocities on Eritrean Refugees in Tigray

(ENA) Eritrean refugees sheltered in Tigray region have been requesting for transfer to safer places as they are facing several abuses orchestrated by the terrorist TPLF group. UN and the Government of the United States of America have now confirmed the atrocities being committed on the Eritrean refugees in Tigray. Defying international immigration law, the […]

Gov’t Blames Int’l Community for Remaining Silent While TPLF Attacks Neighboring Regions

(ENA) The Government of Ethiopia blamed the international community for remaining silent while the TPLF terrorist group advances its provocative attacks on the neighboring regional states. Press Secretary for the Office of the Prime Minister, Billene Seyoum told the international media today that even if the government declared unilateral ceasefire in Tigray for humanitarian reasons, TPLF has […]