Ambassador takes leave of Pres. Girma
Addis Ababa, July 26, 2012 (WIC) - The departing Mozambique Ambassador to Ethiopia, Manuel Tomas Lubisse here on Wednesday took leave of President Girma Woldegiorgis.
President Girma on the occasion lauded the efforts of the departing Ambassador to boost the bilateral relation between the Ethiopia and Mozambique during his tenure.
As the two countries are registering fast economic growth, they need to further enhance cooperation to work together in the continental and international arena, the President said.
The departing Ambassador on his part lauded the economic growth registered in Ethiopia, which he witnessed since he came here as Ambassador in 2006.
He said this development will enable the country's voice to be heard at the continental and international level.
The Ambassador said his country is working to further strengthen the existing bilateral relation with Ethiopia mainly in air transport and also other areas as well.
According to ENA, he said Mozambique is striving to draw Ethiopia's best practices, in particular in commodity exchange, agriculture and cobblestone work as well, according to a high level government officia, who attended the meeting.
Ethiopia and Mozambique began diplomatic relation in 1983.
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