Redwan holds talks with ambassadors of 13 African countries
Addis Ababa, May 4 (WIC) – Secretariat Head of the Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), Redwan Hussien, held talks today with ambassadors of 13 African countries on current issues.
The ambassadors were drawn from Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, Nigeria, Ghana and Algeria embassies in Ethiopia.
Redwan on the occasion briefed the ambassadors on EPRDF’s current internal activities and Front’s efforts to ensure development and democracy in the country through mobilizing its members and the public.
He said African parties need to team up efforts to accelerate African growth. To this end, as Redwan put it, EPRDF has created strong ties with several African political parties.
The ambassadors on their part applauded the leading role being played by EPRDF to ensure peace, democracy and development in the country.
The ambassadors further said they have drawn valuable lessons from the Front.
The ambassadors also pledged to strengthen the government-to- government, people–to-people and party-to-party relations among themselves.
Redwan finally urged the ambassador to further strengthen the commendable efforts they have made so far to strengthen relations among the countries and ensure the benefits of the people in their respective countries.
EPRDF has strong working relationships with Rwandan, South Sudan, Ugandan, Tanzanian and Nigerian parties, it was learnt.
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