Dr Tedros hold talks with his Kazak counterpart
Addis Ababa, 11 December 2013 (WIC) - Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Tedros Adhanom here Wednesday held talks with his Kazak counterpart Erlan Iddrissov on bilateral issues.
After the discussion the Kazak Minister told journalists that his country has finalized preparation to open its Embassy in Addis Ababa in the coming year.
He said the Embassy which will be opened in Addis Ababa will be Kazakhstan’s fourth Embassy in Africa next to South Africa, Morocco and Egypt.
The Minister expressed his country's keenness to further deepen the bilateral ties with Ethiopia.
He condemned the anti-peace activities undertaken by the Eritrean government with a view to disrupt the peace and stability of the region.
The Minister said the discussion was mainly focused on ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation, in particular in trade, investment, tourism and exploration of mines.
The two parties have also discussed current situation in Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan.
During the occasion Dr Tedros said though the diplomatic and political relationship between the two countries is getting strengthened, there is still so much to do to deepen the economic cooperation.
He expressed appreciation to the readiness of Kazakhstan to open its Embassy in Addis Ababa, according to a high level official who attend the meeting.
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