An Eritrean assignment driven by Foreign Minister Osman Saleh and Presidential Adviser Yemane Gebreab met with Somaliland President Muse Bihi Abdi at his office in Hargeisa today.
Talking after the gathering, Osman Saleh, said the gathering was intriguing and critical.
He said the designation was informed by the President pretty much all the political, social, and financial circumstances of Somaliland.
Osman Saleh likewise applauded the harmony won in the horn of Africa, particularly among Eritrea and Ethiopia.
Three individuals have been executed after a shooting on a cable car in the Dutch city of Utrecht, the's city hall leader says.
Nine others were harmed in the episode which police say seems, by all accounts, to be a psychological militant assault.
Police are searching for a 37-year-old Turkish man named as Gokmen Tanis and have cautioned individuals not to approach him.
Schools have shut and security has been expanded while counter-psychological oppression police work to discover the shooter.
Ethiopia’s prime minister, Abiy Ahmed has met with representatives of exiled opposition party, the Oromo Democratic Front (ODF) after the latter agreed to participate in Ethiopia’s political discourse peacefully. ODF had confirmed in a May 13, 2018 statement that it had reached an agreement with the government after talks at an undisclosed location to return to the country to partake in the democratic process. The ODF leaders, led by Lencho Leta, Chairman of the Front, arrived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Wednesday. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Upon arrival at the Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, Leta told journalist that the outcome of the talks would inform ODF’s participation in Ethiopia’s politics. ‘‘Based on conditions and how our talks with the government of Ethiopia turn out, ODF will decide to operate as a legal political party on its own or by forming alliances with other political parties,’‘ Leta is quoted to have said. State broadcaster, Fana BC reported that both parties have agreed to work together to foster Ethiopia’s national unity and deepen the democratic process. Leta added that his party agreed to return home after being encouraged by ongoing democratic reforms. He also called upon other political parties