The new movement of development, economic and social boom in Ethiopia has brought ill minded jealousy in some countries.
Somaliland is a territory of the Somali Republic waiting any good day to be a country. Imagine the mood of attempting to divorce with great Somalia Republic. The history of the Somali_land may end if any motive accompdates footie foreign hand. Any fishy move have a sense 0f danger.
Ethiopians are working to fix the security situation inside or outside its sovereign territories.
The following is latest report from “The East African“
■Ethiopian reads mischief in Egypt plan for Somaliland Military base
Ethiopia on Monday warned Egypt against establishing any military base that would pose a security threat to the East African region.
The reaction comes days after an Egyptian delegation met Somaliland President Musa Bihi Abdi in Hargessa where the two sides discussed Cairo’s proposal to set up a military facility in the self- declared Somalia state.
“As a soveriegn country, Egypt has a legitimate right to create relationships with any country in the region, ” Ethiopia’s ministry of Foriegn Affairs spokesperson Dina Mufti, told The East African.
However, he added that Egypt’s relationships should not be established at the expense of another country.
“If Egypt’s intent to have a presence in the region would be athreat to a third country, that won’t be appreciated,” he said. “In these case we need to have concrete instances of what’s happening. We hope it won’t be at the expense of Ethiopia or any other neighboring countries because if so, it would be unlawful, against humanity and international peace and security. “
It’s not yet known if Somaliland has accepted Egypt’s proposal , but the two have reportedly reached an agreement “on the exchange of high level representation offices in Hargessa and Cairo.”
An Ethiopian team led by Finanace Minister Ahmed Shide went to Hargeissa days after the Egyptian delegation had paid a visit.
But Mr. Dina has rejected speculations that Ethiopia’s visit was due to concerns over Egypt’s plan.
“These are routine schedules aimed to discuss bilateral relations between the countries and it has nothing to do with the Egyptian delegation’s visit to Somaliland.”
(-The East African: Tuesday, July 28/2020)
By: Eyasu Esayas
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