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When the Tessema family started their business making injera – a staple in Ethiopia, their target market was residents who lived near the factory, but 15 years later the bakery has a growing market of clients abroad. Mama fresh specializes in packaging various Ethiopian dishes, including chicken sauce and spices, but the Injera remains one of its fastest moving products. Injera is a fermented spongy bread made from teff, a cereal that looks like wheat and has a sour taste. It is baked on a clay plate and is largely consumed in Ethiopia and Eritrea. displayAdvert("mpu_3") So at the beginning, it was 95 percent for diaspora. Nowadays we are reaching 20 percent for the international market and 80 percent for the diaspora. Teff is even being referred to as a ‘superfood’ for its nutritional values and is in high demand in health-food shops and stores in the west. The founder and general manager at Mama Fresh, Hailu Tessema, said from 2014 until now they have been looking for the international business. “So at the beginning, it was 95 percent for diaspora. Nowadays we are reaching 20 percent for the international market and 80 percent for the diaspora,” he said. Injera has a rich, cultural heritage and is often" />
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To the extent I am concerned, the Ethio-Somaliland political and discretionary relations stay to be as solid as ever. I don't keep up the view that things have been changed since the coming to intensity of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD). We have plainly expressed to the Prime Minister when we met that we do bolster his endeavors to advance local reconciliation in the Horn of Africa. 

 

We trust Somaliland is a piece of that procedure. We are both in understanding that any exertion and activity that attempts to reject Somaliland would fizzle and won't be the correct arrangement. Somaliland is vital to the accomplishment of any push to advance shared intrigue and mix in the area as it lies in the key piece of the Horn of Africa. We are particularly pleased to work and collaborate with nations of the district. That is our position. 

 

A week ago, a news report distributed by this Newspaper mirrored a worry over Ethiopia's provincial strategy and explicitly towards Somaliland. Specialists and authorities inside Somaliland have communicated worries that Ethiopia may be neglecting their nation. In addition, the continuous nearby legislative issues in Ethiopia and its overflow impact may have been a worry for a few. What is your view on that? 

 

I don't have an inside and out information on what is happening in the Ethiopian neighborhood legislative issues. That is something that ought to be left totally to the Ethiopians. Our lone concern is about our relations with Ethiopia. We don't see the nearby legislative issues in Ethiopia influencing our relations. Any nation may have its good and bad times. We share a typical outskirt yet we don't perceive any noteworthy impact on our longstanding connection. 

 

Somaliland doesn't feel sidelined by Ethiopia. We don't have an issue with the tripartite understanding Ethiopia has marked with Somalia and Eretria. We don't direct whether Ethiopia must have a decent working connection with Somalia or not. We keep up incredible relations in each angle with Ethiopia, and we don't gripe about the tripartite understanding.

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When the Tessema family started their business making injera – a staple in Ethiopia, their target market was residents who lived near the factory, but 15 years later the bakery has a growing market of clients abroad. Mama fresh specializes in packaging various Ethiopian dishes, including chicken sauce and spices, but the Injera remains one of its fastest moving products. Injera is a fermented spongy bread made from teff, a cereal that looks like wheat and has a sour taste. It is baked on a clay plate and is largely consumed in Ethiopia and Eritrea. displayAdvert("mpu_3") So at the beginning, it was 95 percent for diaspora. Nowadays we are reaching 20 percent for the international market and 80 percent for the diaspora. Teff is even being referred to as a ‘superfood’ for its nutritional values and is in high demand in health-food shops and stores in the west. The founder and general manager at Mama Fresh, Hailu Tessema, said from 2014 until now they have been looking for the international business. “So at the beginning, it was 95 percent for diaspora. Nowadays we are reaching 20 percent for the international market and 80 percent for the diaspora,” he said. Injera has a rich, cultural heritage and is often
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