PM Meles confers with Comorian President
Addis Ababa, February 1 (WIC) - Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said Ethiopia is keen to establish diplomatic ties with countries willing to establish such relation.
After conferring with Comorian President, Ikililu Dhoinine, here on Tuesday, PM Meles said that Ethiopia and Comoros have no strong bilateral relation so far.
He said Ethiopia will take measures to strengthen its diplomatic ties with countries that don't have strong ties it.
Meles said that Comoros is desirous to cooperate with Ethiopia in training and trade areas.
There is similar desire with the Ethiopian side, he said and adding, efforts will be exerted to establish strong bilateral relation between the two countries.
President Dhoinine on his part said his country is working to strengthen the bilateral relation with Ethiopia.
He said Comoros is desirous to cooperate with Ethiopia in fishery, agriculture and other areas.
Comoros wants its pilots and technicians to be trained by Ethiopian Airlines.
The President's request to Ethiopia that Comorian citizens to be trained in Ethiopia with science fields was accepted by Prime Minister Meles, according to a high level official who attended the meeting.
President Dhoinine arrived in Ethiopia to discuss ways for the opening of a Comorian Embassy in Addis Ababa. (ENA)
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