Addis Ababa April 28/2022 /ENA/ Christianity and Islamic followers in Gondar city have expressed their firm commitment to fight any elements that involved in disrupting the historic and longstanding peaceful coexistence among the community.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
In a discussion held in Gondar City focused on how to settle the recent violence in a sustainable manner, the two religions followers alongside religious fathers and Amhara regional state high-level officials have reaffirmed their commitment to fight any elements involved in such anti-coexistence incidents.
The regional government for its part stated in its latest statement following the incident that the security forces, religious leaders, elders and peace-loving youths of Gondar are working together to apprehend those involved in the crime and aggravating the conflict.
Similarly, addressing the official opening ceremony of the Eid-to-Eid Great Ethiopian Homecoming in Addis Ababa, on Wednesday, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen said that the longstanding and exemplary religious co-existence and social cohesion among Ethiopians should be promoted and maintained.
Ethiopian Christians and Muslims had built and preserved a culture of tolerance and peaceful co-existence of about 1,400 years.