Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen meets the Swiss ambassador to Ethiopia

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Demeke Mekonnen met with the Swiss Ambassador to Ethiopia Tamara Mona as we speak (July 21).

The Deputy Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister praised the long-standing and historic relationship between Ethiopia and Switzerland.

He mentioned the 2 nations ought to discover the potential to strengthen their relationship by initiating common political consultations and numerous commerce and funding engagements.

He additionally briefed the Swiss ambassador on the present conditions in Ethiopia and the peace-building initiatives that the federal government has undertaken to this point.

The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister congratulated Switzerland for being elected as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for 2023/24 and expressed hope that the nation would, as at all times, take a balanced and cheap place on world agenda gadgets.

For her half, Switzerland’s ambassador confused that her nation’s first-time membership of the Council would prioritize some agenda gadgets, resembling sustainable peace, local weather change, the effectiveness of the United Nations and the safety of the rights of civilians.

The ambassador expressed his want that Ethiopia would share its expertise with Switzerland as a rustic that served as a non-permanent member of the council a number of occasions.

Ambassador Tamara Mona mentioned that many Swiss firms are excited about investing in Ethiopia and that Switzerland is desperate to strengthen its relationship with Ethiopia, particularly in commerce and funding.

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