During the conversation, Gedu said Ethiopia and the United Kingdom have a long history of participation and cooperating on numerous issues, focusing on this collaboration would be additionally solidified in multifaceted circles.
Gedu adulated UK's exhaustive help for Ethiopia, taking note of that the administration is prepared to give the essential help to British financial specialists in the event that they are putting resources into Ethiopia.
Also, Gedu advised Duddridge about the comprehensive changes and the political, social and monetary accomplishments that have been enlisted in Ethiopia after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed accepted office two years prior.
He further explained Ethiopia's open endeavors in continuing harmony and financial ties among East Africa nations. At long last, Gedu advised the Under Secretary about the current status of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and the continuous tripartite dealings between the three nations and its results.