Addis Ababa (HAN) January 17, 2015- Public diplomacy and Regional Security and safety news. The Ethiopian foreign Minister, Dr. Tedros holds talks with Egypt’s National Security Advisor.  Dr Tedros Adhanom held a Track II Diplomatic  talks with Faiza Abou el-Naga, Egypt’s National Security Advisor, at his office in Addis Ababa.

Dr Tedros Adhanom with Faiza Abou el-Naga, Egypt’s National Security Advisor,



The Track II Diplomatic discussions dwelt on bilateral, regional and international issues of common interest. Faiza A. el-Naga noted that the recent Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Delegation’s visit to Cairo was a complete success. Faiza Abou el-Naga further suggested both countries needed to tap more potential areas of cooperation incuding investment and trade.

The Ethiopian foreign Minister Dr Tedros said that Ethiopia is fully committed to tighten and consolidate the bond of investment cooperation. Both sides also recalled the successful conclusion of Ethio-Egypt Business Forum on November 2 2014 on the sidelines of the fifth Joint Ministerial Commission Meeting.


Egypt and National security Update:  Egypt’s new strongman, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, has injected new zeal and energy into the military establishment.

“Six months ago there was huge popular happiness with Sisi’s performance. Now already it is less,” said Ahmed Imam, a spokesman for Strong Egypt, one of the few active political opposition parties left in the country. “I believe in another six months you will find rage, and the rage will become public.”

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