Shega365 Press Release about Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Peace

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The main leg of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church unification and compromise service formally propelled in Washington DC within the sight of Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed.

The unification and compromise board of trustees stretched out its most profound appreciation to Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed for his huge endeavors amid the compromise procedure.

On the event, Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed said it is difficult to consider Ethiopia without observing the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, which he stated, is both extraordinary and hallowed.

While at the same time taking note of that the compromise occasion denotes a noteworthy bounce, the Prime Minister underlined this has been something past due.

He included that had this been done before it wouldn't have taken Ethiopia and Eritrea more than 20 years to accommodate and make peace between them.

He said the solidarity in the Orthodox Tewahedo Church benefits the congregation as well as Ethiopia, the Horn of Africa and the whole mainland.

In such a manner, he accepted the open door to praise Christians as well as Ethiopian Muslims.

 

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