Ethiopia: Interview with Tsegaye Berhe Hadera, National Security Affairs Minister

Addis Ababa (HAN) June 27, 2014 –  Ethiopian Security news Update: SBC Interviewed with Tsegaye Berhe Hadera, National Security Affairs Adviser Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Office of the Prime Minister, talks about national security issues and the university students protest against the Integrated Regional Development Plan -AKA Addis Ababa Master Plan and other reted security issues in Ethiopia.

Photo: Regional security Background 2013. Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter met with senior government and military leaders here to discuss the U.S.-Ethiopia security partnership and shared interests in East African security challenges.
The deputy secretary is the highest-ranking Defense Department official to visit Ethiopia in more than a decade, Little said.

“My visit here to Addis represents not only the increasing importance we place on our partnership with Ethiopia, but the importance we place on the role of the African Union also in addressing Africa’s security challenges, be it Somalia, Mali, the troubled Sudans, or the Central African Republic,” Carter said after a meeting last night with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.

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