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Ethiopia: Norwegian Envoy to Somalia exchanged views on regional issues

Addis Ababa (HAN) September 25, 2014Defense and National security news. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Dewano Kedir, met Jens Mjaugedal, Norwegian Special Envoy to Somalia. Discussions focused on the need to strengthen the innovative cooperative partnership with the view to elevate bilateral ties to a new level, working in concert for the creation of a harmonious and stable region and expanding converging interests for the benefit of all.

Minister for Foreign Affairs Dewano Kedir noted the continued growth of Ethio-Norway relations, stressing the need for consolidation and furtherance of practical and productive cooperation in all spheres with the aim of increasing and expanding common interests.

Minister for Foreign Affairs Dewano Kedir underlined that Ethiopia was keen to welcome Norwegian investors and business persons who could benefit from the investment opportunities available in Ethiopia. He also detailed Ethiopia’s developmental progress in assisting in the transformation of the lives and livelihoods of the peoples of the region. The two sides also exchanged views on regional and bilateral issues of common concerns.



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