16th Ethio-Djibouti Joint Ministerial Meeting Kicks Off in Addis Ababa

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Addis Ababa October 25/2022 (ENA) The 16th Ethio-Djibouti Joint Ministerial Meeting kicked off today in Addis Ababa.

The aim of meeting is to discuss on ways of enhancing the cooperation on regional and multilateral and economic integration between the two countries.

During its three-day deliberations, the Joint Ministerial Meeting is expected to discuss on the political, economic, infrastructure, and logistics cooperation between the two countries.

Legal and justice as well as immigration, border trade agreements, and port related issues, agriculture among other areas are also expected to be the other agenda on the meeting, it was indicated.

At the opening of the meeting, Director General of African Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Fissaha Shawel said that the two countries have  strong long-standing and historical and bilateral relationship.

He said this meeting will help to exchange views on the importance of the relations between Ethiopia and Djibouti.

Head of the Djiboutian delegation, Mahdi Obsieh said Ethiopia and Djibouti have intertwined with culture, religion, language, tradition and history.

He elaborated that the two brotherly countries have enjoyed close and multifaceted cooperation which this meeting will create opportunity to elevate  the ties to  a high level.

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