The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia has submitted a six-month performance report highlighting the success of their efforts to secure foreign investments and repatriate refugees.
According to the report, over 2.3 billion dollars were sent to the country by Ethiopians living abroad in the first half of the fiscal year. The government is also making progress in their plans to return over 102,000 refugees to their homeland, with more than 51,000 already repatriated.
The Ministry cites strong diplomatic activities, the peace agreement with the TPLF, and effective human resource management as some of the strengths of their performance. However, the report also acknowledges that security issues and a shortage of foreign currency remain challenges that need to be addressed.
This report highlights the progress being made by the Ethiopian government in securing investment and creating stability for its citizens, both at home and abroad.