The Djibouti-Ethiopian Joint Commission met Monday (February 2nd) in Djibouti to discuss bilateral relations and negotiate the terms of several trade agreements, the Djiboutian Information Agency reported.
The joint commission, comprising experts in various fields from both countries led by Djiboutian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation Secretary General Mohamed Ali Hassan and African Affairs Director General at the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Solomon Abebe, met to discuss co-operation in development, trade and investment, energy and mining and progress on a railway to connect the two countries.
The group is expected to negotiate the final terms of agreements on several projects including mining and refining of natural resources and border trade in advance of a meeting between the Djiboutian and Ethiopian foreign ministers later this week.
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