Ethiopia's New Diplomacy: Rationale Strategies and Significance

Cairo (HAN) December 21, 2014 – Public diplomacy and Regional Security news. The Ethiopian Public diplomacy team has achieved its objectives. The Egyptian President Al-Sisi said, Ethiopia has every right to development and utilization of the Nile Waters.

alsisi_ethiopia
President Al sisi, Ethiopia has every right to development and utilization of the Nile Waters

 

Meanwhile, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry discussed bilateral relations and also met with ‪‎Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Team.

The strategy of the Ethiopian Public diplomacy is to understand, inform, and influence Egyptian public in promotion of the Ethiopian national interest and to broaden the dialogue between Ethiopia and Egyptian institutions and their counterparts abroad.

To accomplish this, they explained and advocate Ethiopian dam policies in terms that are credible and meaningful in Egyptian foreign policies;

They provided information about the Ethiopian new development initiatives, its people, values, and Federal institutions towards nations and nationalities;

To build lasting relationships and mutual understanding through the exchange of Egyptian people and ideas; and finally, to advise Ethiopian decision-makers on foreign attitudes and their implications for Nile water policies.

 


 

The Geeska Afrika Online is Free government-funded. HAN (Horn of Africa newsline) shapes its editorial policy free from political and commercial influence.


 

The latest updates Follow twitter.com/GeskaAfrika

Geeska Afrika Online (1985 -2014) – The International Gateway news and views about the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, South Sudan, Djibouti, Kenya and Uganda), the best IGAD news and information Online Site for the last 20 Years.

HAN & Geeska Afrika Online (1985-2014), the oldest free independent Free Press in the region, brings together top journalists from across the Horn of Africa. Including Ethiopia, Somalia, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Oromo, Amhara, Somali, Afar and Harari. Plus, we have daily translations from 150 major news organizations in the Middle East and East African regions. Contact at news@geeskaafrika.com

LEAVE A REPLY