Ethiopia and Djibouti Strengthen Diplomatic Ties


ADDIS ABABA - Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia held a discussion with the Foreign Minister of Djibouti, Mahamoud Ali Youssouf, emphasizing the importance of dialogue and cooperation between the two countries.

The meeting, which took place in the Prime Minister's office, was initiated by a message from President Ismail Omar Guelleh of Djibouti, delivered by Minister Youssouf. This exchange, as highlighted by Prime Minister Abiy, serves as a crucial channel for understanding and collaboration on issues of mutual interest.

"I welcomed Mahamoud Ali Youssouf, the Foreign Minister of Djibouti, to my office this morning. Minister Youssouf came bearing a message from President Ismail Omar Guelleh," the Prime Minister shared via his social media channel.

The discussion between the leaders of Ethiopia and Djibouti underscores the importance of diplomatic relations in addressing regional challenges and fostering mutual growth. Such dialogues are pivotal in building trust and understanding, essential elements for the development of both nations and the broader Horn of Africa region.

The meeting between Prime Minister Abiy and Minister Youssouf is a testament to the commitment of both countries to engage in constructive dialogue and work towards common goals. As the Horn of Africa continues to navigate complex geopolitical dynamics, such diplomatic exchanges play a crucial role in shaping the region's future.


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