Oslo (HAN) December 11, 2019. Public Diplomacy and International Security. Ethiopian leader Abiy Ahmed Ali receives Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo December 10th, 2019, according to Geeska Afrika Online.
It was historic, on July 9, 2018, following a historic meeting in Eritrea’s capital Asmara, Abiy and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki formally ended a 20-year-old stalemate between Ethiopia led by at that time TPLF in the wake of the 1998-2000 useless border conflict in the North.
Abiy Ahmed Said in Oslo, Ethiopian people is highly regarded for the freedom of its press, and his EPP government will work to create a new country that is “second to none in its guarantee of freedom of expression.”
Remarkable event: It was a July 9, 2018, just three months after The current Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed took the office of historic Menelik Palace, in Addis Ababa.
According to the Horn of Africa newsLine (HAN & Geeska Afrika Online) in Oslo, faced with a new challenges in Ethiopia and neighboring countries, his reaction at the Nobel venue he appeals again for unity as ethnic violence flares in Ethiopia and reconciliation efforts with neighbouring countries, Somalia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Sudan, he said ” For me, nurturing peace is like planting and growing trees. Just like trees need water and good soil to grow, peace requires unwavering commitment, infinite patience, and good will to cultivate and harvest its dividends.”