Ethiopia: Balageru Idol have Abreham Wolde's message to the young gathering Qerroo The adolescent in Amhara locale envision crucial goals that would support the on-going change in the nation from the twelfth hierarchical Congress of the Amhara National Democratic Movement (ANDM). Youth dwelling in Bahir Dar, who conversed with ENA, communicated desires for solid choices that would proceed with the procedure of the general change accordingly to develop majority rules system and great administration. They likewise trust that the choices to be passed on the congress should get substantial outcomes upgrading improvement. Abayneh Melese, an attorney, expects that the Congress would pass goals that would fortify endeavors in supporting the on-going change and keep up standard of law. "I believe that the Congress will advance the effectively set-motivation of the change, solidarity under one major umbrella, started by Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed," he brought up. He included that the Congress is special from the prior ones as it is occurring amid the vital intersection of the national change. So also, Kidane Melese said that the adolescent expect a great deal from this congress in further enlarging the political space too guaranteeing great governance.6Ethiopia will “fully accept and implement” a peace agreement with Eritrea that was signed in 2000, its ruling coalition announced on Tuesday. The Horn of Africa neighbours have remained at odds since a 1998-2000 war over a disputed town that a boundary commission subsequently handed to Asmara but which Addis Ababa rejected. Asmara has long felt betrayed by world powers, who they say failed to force Ethiopia, now with a population of 97 million, to abide by the boundary arbitration ruling. Ethiopia long said it wanted talks on implementation, which Asmara refused. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The war between the two Horn of Africa nations, often plagued by famine and drought and among the world’s poorest countries, erupted in May 1998 when Eritrea invaded what Ethiopia considered its territory. Tens of thousands of soldiers died in brutal, sporadic fighting and tens of thousands were taken prisoner or displaced from their homes before a ceasefire took hold in June. Eritrea, on the Red Sea coast, was a province of Ethiopia, its much larger landlocked neighbour to the south, before winning its independence by referendum in 1993, with Ethiopian support.