Premier says Ethiopia, Kazakhstan working deepen cooperation
Addis Ababa, 12 December 2013 (WIC) - Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said Ethiopia and Kazakhstan are working closely to further deepen the bilateral cooperation.
While conferring with Kazak Foreign Affairs Minister Erlan Iddrissov here Wednesday, the Premier said the two countries are working hard to further enhance the overall cooperation.
The Premier said his country is keen to learn from Kazakhstan's best practices in agriculture, manufacturing and trade, among others.
After the discussion, the Kazak Minister said his country is striving to further enhance the political, diplomatic and economic cooperation with Ethiopia.
The Minister expressed hope that the Embassy his country will open in Addis Ababa in the coming year will help to enhance the cooperation with Ethiopia and the African Union.
According to ENA, he affirmed Kazakhstan's commitment to work in collaboration with Ethiopia in the efforts to fight terrorism and religious extremism.
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