A press statement on the issue of security in the Amhara region

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Wagener expressed that Ethiopia and Germany are glancing back at over 60 years of respective participation. "Yet, I think it is protected to state that we have now entered another period of participation as Ethiopia has started and grasped a goal-oriented change plan both politically and monetarily." 

 

Germany and Ethiopia have as of late consented to extend their organization and have opened another section in their reciprocal relationship. 

 

The ongoing association between the nations establishes another nature of cooperation.Germany will make accessible noteworthy extra financing (352 Million Euros) and increment its help through specialized help, it was found out.

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Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana ran the second fastest women’s 5,000 metres in history as she missed out on the world record by just over a second at the Rome Diamond League on Thursday. The world champion finished more than 20 seconds ahead of Mercy Cherono of Kenya in 14.12.59 but failed to break the 14.11.15 set by compatriot Tirunesh Dibaba eight years ago. So close! Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana wins #RomeDL 5000m in 14:12.59 WL – 2nd fastest all time pic.twitter.com/H5HVJdh526— IAAF (@iaaforg) June 2, 2016 World silver medalist Justin Gatlin won the 100 metres in a non-Diamond League race by edging fellow American Amer Webb. The time was slower than a meet record of 9.75 seconds set last year. Gatlin ran 9.93 seconds ahead of Webb (9.94) and European record holder Jimmy Vicaut (9.99) of France, the only three to dip under 10 seconds at the Olympic Stadium. Rising prospects Webb had the consolation of having earlier coasted to victory in the 200m race in 20.04 seconds. World champion Wayde Van Niekerd of South Africa won the men’s 400 in 44.19 seconds while compatriot Caster Semenya equaled her world leading time this year in the 800 meters with a comfortable victory in 1.56.64. Olympic and world champion Greg Rutherford of Britain won" />
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The Konrad Adenauer Foundation, which is wanting to open office here in the capital, is a political establishment with a solid nearness all through Germany. Through community instruction programs both at home and abroad the Konrad Audenauer Foundation advances opportunity, harmony and equity. 

 

Germany's Ambassador to Ethiopia, Brita Wagener said on her part the legislature and individuals of Ethiopia have proceeded on the gallant way the nation has set out upon over the previous year and half. 

 

"We as a whole realize that it is difficult, and not constantly a straight way. However every progression towards the standard of law and the opening of political and financial space will assist the procedure with being fruitful," she noted. 

 

Wagener expressed that Ethiopia and Germany are glancing back at over 60 years of respective participation. "Yet, I think it is protected to state that we have now entered another period of participation as Ethiopia has started and grasped a goal-oriented change plan both politically and monetarily." 

 

Germany and Ethiopia have as of late consented to extend their organization and have opened another section in their reciprocal relationship. 

 

The ongoing association between the nations establishes another nature of cooperation.Germany will make accessible noteworthy extra financing (352 Million Euros) and increment its help through specialized help, it was found out.

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Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana ran the second fastest women’s 5,000 metres in history as she missed out on the world record by just over a second at the Rome Diamond League on Thursday. The world champion finished more than 20 seconds ahead of Mercy Cherono of Kenya in 14.12.59 but failed to break the 14.11.15 set by compatriot Tirunesh Dibaba eight years ago. So close! Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana wins #RomeDL 5000m in 14:12.59 WL – 2nd fastest all time pic.twitter.com/H5HVJdh526— IAAF (@iaaforg) June 2, 2016 World silver medalist Justin Gatlin won the 100 metres in a non-Diamond League race by edging fellow American Amer Webb. The time was slower than a meet record of 9.75 seconds set last year. Gatlin ran 9.93 seconds ahead of Webb (9.94) and European record holder Jimmy Vicaut (9.99) of France, the only three to dip under 10 seconds at the Olympic Stadium. Rising prospects Webb had the consolation of having earlier coasted to victory in the 200m race in 20.04 seconds. World champion Wayde Van Niekerd of South Africa won the men’s 400 in 44.19 seconds while compatriot Caster Semenya equaled her world leading time this year in the 800 meters with a comfortable victory in 1.56.64. Olympic and world champion Greg Rutherford of Britain won
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