Ethiopia: Taking layers off mysterious coup attempt


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Ethiopia over the past week hosted three top diplomats to Addis Ababa. Foreign Affairs chiefs of the United States, Russia and the United Arab Emirates were all in town for meetings. The visit of the U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, and Serge Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Affairs chief, however, did get some traction on social media for different reasons. Tillerson who started an African tour in Ethiopia must have heard of Ethiopian coffee and was bent on having his share whiles there. The U.S. Embassy shared a series of photos showing him in “active contact” with coffee. displayAdvert("mpu_3") In #Ethiopia Secretary Tillerson met the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union, started with USAID assistance 16 years ago. The U.S. assisted 120,000+ smallholders coffee growers in Ethiopia to increase production, sales, & exports worth nearly $28 million USAIDEthiopia pic.twitter.com/wJY7UFfhVS— U.S. Embassy Addis (USEmbassyAddis) March 10, 2018 Yirgacheffe coffee is certified organic & FairTrade. The cooperative donates to community development & school projects. US assistance has helped Yirgacheffe to stand on its own & become a major source of jobs &income for everyone in the value chain USAIDEthiopia #Ethiopia pic.twitter.com/8qoEJKK0Qf— U.S. Embassy Addis (USEmbassyAddis) March 10, 2018 80% of Yirgacheffe

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