In her opening remarks, State Minister H.E. Mrs. Hirut Zemene said
Ethiopia and Tunisia share historical diplomatic ties, recognizing HIM
Emperor Haile-Selassie I and President Habib Bourguiba’s vital role for
the inception of the OAU.
Hirut took note of the comprehensive reforms underway in Ethiopia,
further noting its positive contributions to the Horn of Africa region.
Secretary of State to the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Charge of
Economic Diplomacy of Tunisia, H.E. Hatem Ferjani expressed his profound
condolence over the tragic accident of flight ET-302.
Ferjani commended Ethiopia’s efforts in the maintenance of regional
peace and security. While noting the strong political and diplomatic
ties between the two countries, he underlined the importance of
strengthening the bilateral relationship in economic and social
He also extended congratulations to Minister of
Foreign Affairs, H.E. Dr. Workneh Gebeyehu on his appointment as Head of
the United Nations Office in Nairobi (UNON).
The two sides have
also concluded the signing of cooperation agreements on a range of areas
including tourism, culture, industrial technology, women’s affairs and
capacity building packages.
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