Ethiopia And Uganda Agree To Bolster Bilateral Ties

Ethiopia And Uganda Agree To Bolster Bilateral Ties Ethiopia And Uganda Agree To Bolster Bilateral Ties

Ethiopia and Uganda have reportedly agreed to further enhance their all-round relation.

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn held discussions today with Uganda’s Minister of State for International Affairs and Special Envoy of the President, Okello Henry Oryem, about common concerns and African issues.

The two influential countries that have strong position in Africa have reached agreement on ways of strengthening the African Union in addition to their bilateral ties.

According to Ambassador Suleiman Dedefo, Director-General of Neighboring Countries and IGAD Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the two sides shared views on ways of transforming the African Union and implementation of Agenda 2063.

The premier has expressed his hopes and wishes to work together with Uganda for the strengthening of the African Union.

Okello Henry Oryem on his part said Ethiopia has always been a good friend of Uganda and shares good relationship.

He further asked the support of the candidature of Dr. Specioza Naigaga Wandira for the position of Chairperson of African Union Commission.

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