The question of Ethiopia’s sea gate is the center of the region’s common desire to prosper: Dr. Samuel Kfele

The question of Ethiopia’s sea gate is the center of the region’s common desire to prosper: Dr. Samuel Kfele


The Acting President of Addis Ababa University, Dr. Samuel Kfele, stated that the issue of obtaining Ethiopia’s sea gate creates a favorable opportunity to enrich the area in a comprehensive manner through cooperation.
A workshop organized by five universities, including Addis Ababa University, which focused on Ethiopia’s strategic interest in the Red Sea, was held in Samara.
At the same time, the Acting President of Addis Ababa University, Dr. Samuel Kfele, spoke to ESA regarding the issue. They state that the question of Ethiopia’s sea gate follows the principle of joint development.
He explained that Ethiopia is a country with a long history located close to the sea. He said that it has a history that is especially connected with the Red Sea.
However, due to various twists of history, a country with a large population, except for Awash, all its rivers go to neighboring countries, has no sea gate.
Dr. Samuel said it is not fair to isolate Ethiopia from the sea gate while using the neighboring countries of Ethiopia’s rivers. He pointed out that Ethiopia’s question should be considered properly.
He explained that the issue of obtaining Ethiopia’s sea gate creates a favorable opportunity to enrich the area through cooperation. They pointed out that the question is centered on common development.
He pointed out that Ethiopia should support its efforts to prosper in cooperation with neighboring countries for its lasting peace and prosperity. He said that scholars should push this agenda forward.
In particular, he mentioned that they should do their part by researching and researching the issue and pointing out ways for Ethiopia to get a sea port. They said they have a moral obligation to do this.
On the other hand, they were concerned that they have the responsibility to inform the international community, including the neighboring countries, of Ethiopia’s desire for joint development on the Red Sea.

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