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Ethiopian Airlines Marks 78 Years of Trailblazing in African Skies

Ethiopian Airlines Marks 78 Years of Trailblazing in African Skies

Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa's largest airline group, has marked its 78th anniversary, highlighting a legacy of resilience and innovation since 1946. Group Chief Executive Officer Mr. Mesfin Tassew and Chief Commercial Officer Mr. Lemma Yadecha accompanied the crew on a flight to Cairo, marking the airline's inaugural international service. Their involvement extended beyond in-flight duties, as they also provided assistance to passengers during check-in and boarding processes, ensuring a seamless travel experience. Regarding the occasion Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr. Mesfin Tasew said, “This event symbolizes our unwavering commitment to our passengers and our belief that true leadership lies in…
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Cairo to host the third GERD tripartite negotiation

Cairo to host the third GERD tripartite negotiation

Last July, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed discussed and agreed with Egypt President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi to continue the tripartite negotiations on the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in Cairo. According to this agreement, three weeks ago, the first technical experts of the dam negotiators of Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan met and discussed in Cairo, Egypt. Also, the second round of discussion of technical experts was held last Saturday and Sunday in Addis Ababa. After this discussion in which the dam negotiators, experts, and diplomats of Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan participated, both countries stated the issue. According to the Minister of…
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Addis Ababa to host next round GERD’s tripartite negotiation

Addis Ababa to host next round GERD’s tripartite negotiation

The tripartite negotiations on the Ethiopian Great Renaissance Dam (GERD), which Ethiopia is building on the trans-boundary Nile River, have been terminated due to various reasons. This tripartite negotiation, which has been taking place under the auspices of the African Union, has been taking place between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan. The political unrest in Sudan and Ethiopia were the main reasons for the failure of the tripartite negotiations and the changing position of Egypt. A month ago, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed who went to Cairo, Egypt to participate in the forum of neighboring countries to find a solution to the…
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Ethiopia rejects Egypt’s new comment on GERD

Ethiopia rejects Egypt’s new comment on GERD

Ethiopia rejects Egypt's new comment on GERD The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia (MoFA) rejects the irresponsible statement attributed to the Foreign Minister of Egypt threatening Ethiopia with yet another all options are open' declaration. The ministery said that, such a threat constitutes a flagrant breach of the United Nations Charter and Constitutive Act of the African Union. Egypt's act stands as a clear violation of the Agreement on the Declaration of Principles on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) signed on 23 March 2015 between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan, the ministry added. And also Ethiopia said that, Egypt…
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