— Foreign tourists are not expected to notify to anyone to travel and visit attraction sites in Ethiopia, said Attorney General Getachew Ambaye.
Ethiopia recently declared a state of emergency following the unrests occurred in some areas of Amhara and Oromia Regional States. A directive issued by the Command Post, which was established to oversee the implementation of the state of emergency, limited foreign diplomats from traveling beyond a 40 kilometers radius out of Addis Ababa without permission.
“The directive is not applicable to foreign tourists who come to Ethiopia to visit tourist destinations. They can travel from place to place freely as usual,” Getachew said. (Fana Broadcasting Corporate/FBC)
— Ethiopian Airlines is Africa’s largest and most profitable airline, earning more than its rivals on the continent combined. By 2015, the airlines served 82 international destinations, with 13 more added this year. (Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation/EBC)
— China will assist efforts of building the capacity of human resource in Ethiopia, according to the country’s embassy in Addis Ababa.
The pledge came as the Training Center of Chinese Academy of Governance and the Meles Zenawi Leadership Academy held a joint training program in the capital. (Ethiopian News Agency/ENA) Enditem