Exhibition Showcasing Ethiopia’s 116-year Diplomatic History, Achievement Kicks Off

An exhibition highlighting Ethiopia's 116-year diplomatic history and contemporary diplomatic accomplishments kicked off in Addis Ababa today in the presence of high level government officials. The exhibition, inaugurated at the Science Museum under the theme "From an African Hub to the World," will remain open for public until February 2, 2024. The exhibition was officially opened by President Sahle-Work Zewde and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Demeke Mekonnen. Federal and Regional Government officials, members of the diplomatic community based in Adddis Ababa, veteran Ethiopian diplomats, among others were in attendance. The exhibition aims to inspire Ethiopians to discover more about their country's diplomatic history and to help them appreciate its potential, and play their role in the future. The expo is also important in depicting the institution's memory and showing the potential for new diplomatic avenues in the future. It will also give the opportunity to the public to b etter understand about Ethiopia's past, present, and future diplomacy. The exhibition contains photographs revealing moments of the historical events related to visits and bilateral meetings of heads of state, Ethiopia's efforts for international peace, Ethiopia's aspiration and its supports for the freedom of African nations, among others. The exhibition is part of the grand Diplomatic Week organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Source: Ethiopian News Agency