Departing Ambassadors takes leave of President
Addis Ababa, 23 August 2014 (WIC) - Departing Ambassadors of three African countries here today took leave of President Dr. Mulatu Teshome.
Rwandan, Senegalese and Zimbabwean ambassadors, Nsengimana Josephon, Bassiou Sene and Dr. Andrew H. Mtetwa respectively took leave of the President.
The President during the occasion lauded the efforts of the ambassadors to boost bilateral relations between Ethiopia and their respective countries.
The diplomatic relation between Ethiopia and other African countries is getting momentum, he remarked.
Departing Rwandan Ambassador to Ethiopia, Nsengimana Joseph lauded the efforts of the Ethiopian people and government towards alleviating poverty.
The Ambassador has also commended the country's efforts exerted to ensure durable peace in East Africa and enhance regional integration.
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Ethiopia is building wouldn't harm any country, he said, adding rather it will play major role in enhancing regional integration.
Senegal Ambassador, Bassiou Sene said the policies and strategies, which he said are formulated considering the situation in the country, contribute for Ethiopia's development.
According to the Ambassador, Ethiopia's efforts being exerted towards peace and stability of the region are exemplary.
Zimbabwean Ambassador Dr. Andrew H. Mtetwa also appreciated activities being carried out by Ethiopia to enhance integration and building peace. (ENA)
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