Ethiopia Wants to Share New Zealand's Experiences in Food Processing, Livestock Dev't: President Mulatu Featured

09 Nov 2017
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Addis Ababa November 09/2017 President Mulatu Teshome said Ethiopia wants to share the experiences of New Zealand in food processing and livestock development.

The President held discussion with the departing Ambassador of New Zealand today.

The officials have also discussed about how investors from New Zealand can invest in Ethiopia.

The outgoing New Zealand's Ambassador to Ethiopia, Bruce Shepherd said on his part that he has discussed with the president on ways of strengthening bilateral relations, especially in investment and development.

Ambassador Shepherd promised to try to encourage investment in Ethiopia and to boost economic relations.

He also said the agreement signed in food security and aviation industry two years ago is a good beginning to expand relationship. 

Ethiopia established diplomatic relations with New Zealand in 2013.  

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