Addis Ababa (HAN) July 5, 2015 – Public Diplomacy and Regional Security News – U.S. Ambassador Patricia M. Haslach, to Ethiopia and Ambassador Reuben Brigety, U.S. Ambassador to the African Union and Permanent Representative of the United States to UNECA, hosted a reception to celebrate the 239th anniversary of American Independence.
Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus represented the Government of Ethiopia, and gave remarks highlighting the strong diplomatic ties between the United States and Ethiopia.
In her remarks, Ambassador Haslach highlighted two big initiatives that have taken place this year: the inauguration of a direct flight to Los Angeles by Ethiopian Airlines and the marking of the 25th anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
In honor of the ADA anniversary, Ambassador Haslach recognized Berhane Daba, the recipient of the 2015 National Peace Corps Association’s Harris Wofford Global Citizen Award.
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We call United States of America to full support the only country which is so close to Israel.
Ethiopia is integral related to Israel, that makes the Zion of Africa so close to us America.
Ethiopia was only country in never colonized. It was only country who fought beside America, Britain,France and Russia in time war with Nazi and Facisim. Ethiopia was only African country who fought beside America in Korean war. And of course now Ethiopia is only reliable strong ally we have in region of East Africa.
We, American always should not forget what Ethiopia is deserve from us.
Ras Thomas Ethiopian American
Coordinator of Association of Ethiopian Patriots.