Somalia: Ethiopian Government’s efforts to promote peace and Security

Addis Ababa  (HAN) August 22, 2014 – Regional security and safety news. The Ethiopian Foreign minister Tedros Adhanom met with UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, Nicholas Kay. Dr. Tedros noted that tremendous progress had been made in Somalia in terms of peace and security in Mogadishu and Southern Somalia.

The Ethiopian Foreign minister Tedros Adhanom  also reaffirmed that Ethiopia along with development partners would support the Federal Government’s efforts to promote peace, security and sustainable development in the country. Mr. Kay, who thanked the Government of Ethiopia for hosting the successful Ministerial Meeting on UNHCR’s Global Initiative on Somali Refugees earlier this week, said he appreciated Ethiopia’s commitment to practical assistance for Somali refugees and displaced populations through sustainable, forward-looking and comprehensive solutions.

The Ethiopian Foreign minister Tedros Adhanom also praised Ethiopia’s continuing support to the developments achieved in Somalia and the contributions of Ethiopian troops in improving the security situation. He also noted that the UN and IGAD were jointly working to support the Government’s efforts to realize a stable, united and prosperous Somalia.

The Ethiopian Foreign minister Tedros Adhanom met with UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, Nicholas Kay

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