Ethiopian eskender nega press conference in Addis Abeba

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Ethiopia’s tourism sector generated over $3.32 billion in revenue with more than 886,800 tourists visiting the East African country during the 2016-17 fiscal year. The latest figures were disclosed by the Ethiopian Ministry of Culture and Tourism on the sidelines of this year’s World Tourism Day celebrations. The government has repeatedly expressed its concern about the declining number of domestic tourist over the years, despite the growing number of foreign visitors. displayAdvert("mpu_3") In an effort to reverse this trend, authorities have decided to organize World Tourism Day celebrations around a week-long program from 21 to 27 September 2017. The programme according to the government will promote national tourism by focusing on the country’s historic and natural sites. The Ministry further stressed that it hoped to increase arrivals to 1 million and by that, to generate $29.8 billion in revenue this year. 2016 dip in tourism revenue blamed on anti-government protests BBC’s correspondent in the country reported that there was a drop in tourism revenue for the last quarter of 2016. In terms of figures, the tourism ministry said more than $7m (£5.5m) was lost. Ethiopia was projected to have lost about 400 million dollars in the year under review. Spreading anti-government protests in Oromia and" />
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The custody of the Addis Ababa Custodian House is being heard today in Addis Ababa. The clash started with the chairman of the council, Eskinder Nega, who began by saying, "Addis Ababa is a city of Oromia, not a city." A few minutes after the announcement came to a close, Ato Eskinder Dw's agent, who was on his way, reportedly interrupted the statement. The statement said that the six-member boycott of the FDRE flag and the reason for the termination was "the flag." Eskinder said that the police had tried to stop him from giving up the statement. Eskinder is summoning "the prisoners of conscience to be free of conditionality" before the dissolution of the trial. "The ad hoc movement of the Addis Ababa councils has increased the daily impact of the activities and has now reached the level of power and oppression," he said. Since June 17, 2011, the secretary-general of the council, Elias Arage, has announced that he has been nominated for the seat of the Arada Sub-city, Chalkoune Hailu and other members of the Arada Sub-City, as well as various members and supporters of our forces. "The prosecution of terrorism is a backward journey for the nation," he said. He called for the immediate release of detainees if they opposed the EPRDF. The Deputy Mayor of Addis Ababa was also given the power of the House of Peoples' Representatives to submit his authority as of June 30, 2011, according to the statement.

Ethiopia’s tourism sector generated over $3.32 billion in revenue with more than 886,800 tourists visiting the East African country during the 2016-17 fiscal year. The latest figures were disclosed by the Ethiopian Ministry of Culture and Tourism on the sidelines of this year’s World Tourism Day celebrations. The government has repeatedly expressed its concern about the declining number of domestic tourist over the years, despite the growing number of foreign visitors. displayAdvert("mpu_3") In an effort to reverse this trend, authorities have decided to organize World Tourism Day celebrations around a week-long program from 21 to 27 September 2017. The programme according to the government will promote national tourism by focusing on the country’s historic and natural sites. The Ministry further stressed that it hoped to increase arrivals to 1 million and by that, to generate $29.8 billion in revenue this year. 2016 dip in tourism revenue blamed on anti-government protests BBC’s correspondent in the country reported that there was a drop in tourism revenue for the last quarter of 2016. In terms of figures, the tourism ministry said more than $7m (£5.5m) was lost. Ethiopia was projected to have lost about 400 million dollars in the year under review. Spreading anti-government protests in Oromia and
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