The Minister of Foreign Affairs said that following the construction of the Renaissance Dam in recent years, there is a force that is working to bring Ethiopia into conflict with neighboring countries.
Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Dina Mufti’s statement to journalists
According to Ambassador Dina, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is closely monitoring the situation in East Africa, which is seen as a big lottery by anti-peace forces in East Africa.
He said one of the ongoing conflicts on the border between Ethiopia and Sudan is that the force is trying to spread its agenda.
In a statement on the major economic and political developments of the past week, Foreign Minister Sahlework Zewde said he had received letters of appointment from diplomats from seven countries.
Five Asian and two African countries have congratulated Ethiopia on the successful completion of the law enforcement campaign.
The appointment of diplomats from seven countries, along with law enforcement, underscores Ethiopia’s commitment to diplomacy and its commitment to international diplomacy, said Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Dina Mufti.
He said the 38th Extraordinary Summit of IGAD Heads of State and Government has been successful in developing a culture of resolving problems through dialogue.
Ambassador Dina Mufti said in a statement that the government has done a lot to raise awareness among leaders and institutions, especially in law enforcement, and that countries such as Finland have not only agreed on law enforcement but have also expressed financial support for future work.
Last week alone, 327 Ethiopians were repatriated from Saudi Arabia, he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Ambassador Dina said efforts have been made with various African countries to improve trade relations between Ethiopia and Egypt.
The rumors that the European Union’s $ 90 million grant to Ethiopia has been canceled are false.