Abiy, who is as of now in the United States to rally the Ethiopian diaspora to help to progress changes in the nation, met Berhanu Nega at the Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C. Subtle elements of the gathering are yet to rise, yet it ought to be reviewed that Abiy additionally met the fellow benefactor of PG7, Andargachew Tsige, not long after his capital punishment was repealed in May.
PG7 which has since been expelled from the rundown of psychological militant associations by parliament reported in June that it had suspended furnished tasks, saying the progressing changes had persuaded it to come back to Ethiopia to seek after a quiet battle.
Abiy's six-day trip, which will be spent between Washington, Los Angeles, and Minnesota has been hosed by news of the demise of the task administrator of the nation's lead dam venture.
Abiy, who got news of the demise of Engineer Simegnew Bekele as he touched base in the US, said he was 'stunned and disheartened' by the improvement.
"PM Abiy is disheartened and totally stunned to hear the demise of Eng. Simegnew Bekele. PM Abiy got this tragic news with awesome distress as he touches base in the US. Police are leading an examination. PM Abiy offers his sympathies to his family and the Ethiopian individuals," Fitsum Arega, Chief of Staff at Office of the Prime Minister said on Twitter.