Addis Ababa (HAN) January 25, 2015- Public diplomacy and National Security issues. Ethiopian Federal President Mulatu has hosts farewell to the newly appointed Ambassadors: Negash Kibret, Diana mufti, Girum Abay, Kuma Demeksa, Samya Zekeriya, Wubshet Demssie, wahde belay Mihretab Mulugeta.
Ethiopian Federal President Dr. Mulatu hosted a farewell ceremony for the newly pointed Ambassadors at the National Palace on Saturday, January 24 2015. On the occasion, President Dr. Mulatu Teshome congratulated the newly appointed Ethiopian Ambassadors on their appointment and wished a successful tenure.
President Mulatu noted that the Ambassadors shoulder great responsibility in promoting Ethiopia’s tourism, attracting investment in a bid to support developmental activities. He further highlighted the importance of recruiting investors and that can engage in basic infrastructure development. He also told the Ambassadors that they need to engage vigorously in building the image of Ethiopia, reflective of the leap in economic growth and development.
President Mulatu Teshome underlined that Ethiopia is becoming strong economy in Africa which in turn has resulted in expanding diplomatic activities as many countries have shown their keen interest to forge a bilateral relation with Ethiopia. Foreign Minister,
Doctor Tedros Adhanom said, the new ambassadors should strive towards strengthening the bilateral ties in all areas of mutual interest in promoting the national interest .
The newly appointed Ambassadors are Negash Kibret, Diana mufti, Girum Abay, Kuma Demeksa, Samya Zekeriya, Wubshet Demssie, wahde belay Mihretab Mulugeta.
U.S Chamber of Commerce: meets the Executive Vice President of U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Tedros met with Mr. Myron A. Brilliant, Executive Vice-President and Head of International Affairs of the U.S Chamber of Commerce on Thursday (January 22). Mr. Brilliant gave an account of the preparations to open the U.S Chamber of Commerce in Ethiopia and strengthen partnerships to build the capacity of Ethiopia’s Chamber of Commerce
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