Cairo (HAN) December 17, 2014 – Public Diplomacy and Regional Security news. According to HAN, this mission is to promote understanding of Ethiopian foreign policy to the World. The Ministry of Foreign Affair’s Public Diplomacy section manages three major areas of communications for the Ethiopian Missions: media relations, diaspora community outreach and feedback correspondence from the Ethiopian Ambassadors.
The Geeska Afrika Online vision of public Diplomacy to promote dialogue through media, mediate regional crisis, minimize tensions and lower threats from terror groups in the region.
Finally, the Ethiopian public Diplomacy team arrived Cairo today, according to Ethiopian Embassy in Cairo. A warm welcome was accorded to the group by Sabri Magdi Sabri, State Minister for African Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Egypt with Ethiopian Ambassador Mohamoud Dirir Ghedi.
The public diplomacy delegation of Ethiopia comprised of more than 70 renowned personalities from all walks of life and journalists arrived in Cairo, Egypt.
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Photo: Pictures of a Dr.Tedros in Addis Ababa, a send off ceremony of the Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Delegation to Egypt.
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