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The AU Objective in Somalia, AMISOM, Deputy Mind, Particular Representative, Simon Mulongo told that the Ethiopian fresh leadership is a wave of brand-new desire to the horns stability.

In congratulating the Ethiopian current administration and Citizens, he said "New leadership of the Government Democratic Republic of Ethiopia has arrive in a way that has brought a influx of fresh wish that came up in situations of addressing and discouraging conflict in the horn of Africa."

He noted, "It is a wish that with this brand-new influx of wish and switch, our attempts to fix the contradictions and, therefore, the conflict resolutions in the horn will move faster even."

He further detailed, "It is our prayer that these initiatives, the endeavours which has been ushered simply by the fresh management of Ethiopia, will continue sustainably to the level that the horn of Africa which had become a laughing stalk because of conflicts day time in time away, would become the pacific stage of the entire Africa."

He dreams also, "The horn will become an example where complications even if they seem to be so high, can be resolved and we see enormous distinctions will come almost immediately if the Ethiopian new leadership speed and attempts are supported and followed other nations in the horn."

He advised, "We would want to remind all the Ethiopians to follow, protect and instruction their new command that has become a new wish to horn of Africa in transforming and combining the horn socially, and politically in the lengthy run economically." AMISOM thanks a lot the Ethiopian Leadership and Ethiopians for the initiatives they are producing in stabilizing their country and the horn.

 

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