Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and his Slovenian counterpart Janez Jansa discussed strengthening the long-standing partnership, mainly in the education and agriculture sectors, between the two nations at the 6th European Union-African Union (AU-EU) Summit in Brussels. State Minister of the Government Communication Service Selamawit Kassa, who was present at the meeting, told ENA about the main areas of discussion.

The presidents discussed measures to further the two countries’ partnership and economic cooperation. Prime Minister Abiy thanked Prime Minister Janez Jansa for Slovenia’s support and partnership with Ethiopia, according to the state minister. Slovenia is preparing to become a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council by 2024, and Prime Minister Janez Jansa has asked Ethiopia for assistance.


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