Daily Archives: October 1, 2020

Panel Participants Say Irreecha Festival Solidifies Peaceful Coexistence of Nations, Nationalities

Addis Ababa : The celebration of the Irrecha festival signifies respect and peaceful coexistence of nations and nationalities, panel discussion participants said. A panel that brought together representatives from different nations and nationalities to discuss Irreecha festival which will celebrated on Saturday in the capital city was held today. Some participants of the panel discussion

Nation Taking Steps to Modernize Air Force

Addis Ababa : Ethiopia is striving to become a top air force in Africa in the coming ten years by modernizing its force and developing aviation, Ethiopian Air Force Commander Major General Yilma Merdassa said. Level-9 training and more on-the-job training as well as correspondence courses will be provided at the academy. Major General Yilma stated

Artificial Intelligence Center, 5 Institutions Sign MoU

Addis Ababa The recently inaugurated Artificial Intelligence Center has signed Memorandums of Understanding with five institutions to cooperate on artificial intelligence products and services developments in their respective sectors. The Memorandums of Understanding were signed with Zewditu Memorial Hospital, Addis Ababa Institute of Technology, Addis Ababa Science and Technology University, National Meteorology Agency, and Oromia

Ethiopia Shouldn’t Allow Unfair Hydro-hegemony with Binding Deal, Says Legal Scholar

Addis Ababa : Ethiopia shouldn’t allow Egypt’s historical Nile River claim that aims to sustain unreasonable and unfair hydro hegemony through a binding agreement that hinders development in the Blue Nile River, a legal scholar observed. Wollo University Law Lecturer Dejen Yemane, said that Egypt mainly came to the GERD negotiations not to reach a

Private Sector Discusses Ethio Telecom Market Reform

Addis Ababa : Ethio Telecom held today a consultative forum with IT and start-up companies to gather inputs for the implementation of the market reform of the telecommunication sector. More than 200 IT and start-up companies took part in the discussion. During the discussion, Ethio Telecom CEO Frehiwot Tamiru said the government will include the