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Ethiopia: State Minister Delivers Premier's Message to Djibouti Leader
ISSUE 259
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Addis Ababa. January 5, 2007-Foreign Affairs State Minister, Dr. Tekeda Alemu yesterday delivered Prime Minister Meles Zenawi's message to Djibouti President Ismail Omar Guelleh, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

In a press release it sent to ENA yesterday the ministry said that the Premier's message focus on strengthening Ethio-Djibouti bilateral ties and maintaining peace and stability in Somalia.

The President on his part assured that his country would work closely with Ethiopia in strengthening bilateral cooperation between the two countries as well as efforts geared towards ensuring peace and stability in Somalia, the Ministry said.

The President also called upon the international community to play its level best in bringing about lasting peace and stability in Somalia, the Ministry said.

Source: ENA


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