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Turkey and Ethiopia to be partners, Caglayan
Turkish state minister for foreign trade said on Wednesday that Turkey and Ethiopia would be very important partners."Ethiopia will be a very important partner for Turkey within the scope of a strategy to boost economic and commercial relations with Africa," Caglayan said while addressing a briefing organized for Turkish businessmen to give information about Ethiopia.
The Musings of a Former Diplomat
The Period we are passing through is indeed different; for sure it is not boring. This is not simply because of what we have been witnessing in North Africa and the Arab world, though that in itself makes the time we are in, uniquely different.
Professor Endreas Eshete appointed as PM Advisor!
Professor Endreas Eshete who resigned as Addis Ababa University(AAU) president was appointed as Prime Minister Meles advisor with the rank of a minister. According to sources the Professor will be advising the prime minister on Diaspora issues.
Japan should invest in Ethiopia’s educational development
The government of Japan supports many noble projects throughout the world and the outcome of this economic support is that many foreign nationals benefit immensely. However, it is abundantly clear that the Ethiopian government is ...
MHz Networks Expands Ethiopian TV Availability on MHz Native in Washington DC Metro Area
FALLS CHURCH, VA – Starting today, March 4, Ethiopian TV (ETV) programming availability increases from 8 hours a day to 12 hours a day on MHz Native.
ETV programs will now be broadcast in the Washington, DC metro area from noon to midnight daily...Viewers can tune into ETV programming on:
Over the air (OTA) digital broadcast channel 30.6, Comcast 276,
RCN 35 and
Verizon FiOS 452
Fencing the Weak “Preys” from their “Predators”
March 6, 2011 - For a while; let’s set aside the political and economic achievements that Ethiopia has registered for several years. Never mind that Ethiopia has grown by double-digit figure and the evidence for it is found at ease. Never mind that Ethiopia has fought so hard to be safe and stable from the spoils of extreme elements of state and non-state actors,