resident,Sahle-Work Zewde on the occasion of the 13 th Ethiopian Nations,
The president of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Sahle-Work Zewde told The Reporter that there is no alternative to peace and reconciliation.
President,Sahle-Work Zewde on the occasion of the 13 th Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Day held in Addis Ababa, hosted a memorandum of understanding.
He said that the country should exert its capacity to make a big difference in the coming time.
President Sahle-Work Zewde added that “tolerance is fundamental to living together”: tolerance is of great value in the world.
“We have seen so much in intrigue, we have seen so much at the expense of intravenous drug,” said the president, “so it must be taken into account when considering the celebration.
Every citizen also looks around, understands, and sends messages that he or she is my responsibility.
It’s a good day for the celebration, said the president: We should not only celebrate such a holiday this year, but we have to work on it individually and collectively on what to do until the 14th.
Speaker of the House of Federation, Keriya Ibrahim, delivered a warm welcome to all participants during their talk on the occasion.
He said the Ethiopian nation, nationalities and people were unaware of the celebration of the holiday.
The constitution of the country is fully national, national, and people, “said Speaker Keriya Ibrahim
He further added that the country’s identity has not been linked to national solidarity.
National identity without the Ethiopian unity and unity of the Ethiopian nation without meaning.
The Ethiopian Nationalities, Peoples and Peoples’ Day will be further strengthened and strengthened by the Ethiopian people.
To this end, the commemoration of the celebration of the city and inhabitants of the town contributed to the success of the event.
At the end of the celebration, the administration of Addis Ababa also contributed its gift to the participants of the festival.
The 14th Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Day is set to be the Oromia Regional State.