Haji Mufti Endris on current situations

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Since 2012, Japan has bolstered Ethiopia's Peace Support Training Institute by giving $2.5 million to the development of the Institute's venue building and improvement of an educational plan for courses.

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The leaders of Ethiopia and South Sudan have agreed that the peace process mediated by regional body, Inter Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), offers a viable chance to end conflict in Africa’s youngest nation. During a meeting held in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa, Abiy Ahmed and president Salva Kiir discussed regional peace and stability. Ethiopia’s prime minister is the chair of the regional body which is pursuing an agreemnt between South Sudan’s government and rebel groups. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Last week, the second phase of the High Level Revitalisation Forum, a stage of the peace process, ended without an agreement in Addis Ababa. In a statement IGAD said the talks ended after “several attempts to narrow the gaps between the positions of the parties” proved fruitless. ‘Punish saboteurs of peace’ Calls for IGAD to hold saboteurs of the peace process accountable have intensified, following repeated failure to agree during peacetalks in addition to violations of ceasefires by both sides of the conflict. S. Sudan conflict mediator asks IGAD to take action against saboteurs of peace The United States this week proposed that the United Nations Security Council impose sanctions against several South Sudanese ministers and officials, accusing" />
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A three-day global peacekeeping bolster preparing discussion sorted out by Embassy of Japan and Ethiopia's Peace Support Training Institute opened in Addis Ababa yesterday. 

 

The gathering united members from numerous peacekeeping instructional hubs and foundations, including from Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana, Egypt, Mali, South Africa, Rwanda, and Japan, as per a public statement the Japanese Embassy sent to FBC. 

 

In his introductory statements, Japanese Ambassador to Ethiopia Mr. Daisuke Matsunaga said "This discussion is a priceless chance to organize, as delegates from numerous focuses and foundations have assembled in one spot. 

 

Since 2012, Japan has bolstered Ethiopia's Peace Support Training Institute by giving $2.5 million to the development of the Institute's venue building and improvement of an educational plan for courses.

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The leaders of Ethiopia and South Sudan have agreed that the peace process mediated by regional body, Inter Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), offers a viable chance to end conflict in Africa’s youngest nation. During a meeting held in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa, Abiy Ahmed and president Salva Kiir discussed regional peace and stability. Ethiopia’s prime minister is the chair of the regional body which is pursuing an agreemnt between South Sudan’s government and rebel groups. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Last week, the second phase of the High Level Revitalisation Forum, a stage of the peace process, ended without an agreement in Addis Ababa. In a statement IGAD said the talks ended after “several attempts to narrow the gaps between the positions of the parties” proved fruitless. ‘Punish saboteurs of peace’ Calls for IGAD to hold saboteurs of the peace process accountable have intensified, following repeated failure to agree during peacetalks in addition to violations of ceasefires by both sides of the conflict. S. Sudan conflict mediator asks IGAD to take action against saboteurs of peace The United States this week proposed that the United Nations Security Council impose sanctions against several South Sudanese ministers and officials, accusing
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