HE the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lolwah Alkhater on Thursday met separately with Ethiopia's Minister of Peace Muferiat Kamil and Trade and Industry Minister Misganu Arega in Addis Ababa.
Alkhater is visiting the capital of Ethiopia at the invitation of Director General of Ethiopian Broadcasting Authority Getachew Dinku.
The meetings reviewed bilateral ties in addition to topics of mutual interest.
Alkhater reiterated Qatar's support for the positive reforms Ethiopia is taking and called for promoting bilateral relations.
Kamil expressed Ethiopia's interest to work with Qatar in the areas of education, culture, media and economic development.
Meanwhile the Ethiopian trade and industry minister told Alkhater the prospect of increasing the investments and trade ties between the two friendly states is promising.
The spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs met also with Dinku to discuss the ongoing media development collaboration between Qatar and Ethiopia, and ways to enhance this collaboration to advance professionalism and ethics in the media industry of the region.
Al Khater visited the headquarters of the Ethiopian Broadcasting Company (EBC), Ethiopia's leading media network, where she met with its CEO Dr Nigussie Mitiku and witnessed firsthand the revamp the network has undergone with the support of Qatar.
She also met Nebiat Getachew, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Ethiopia.
During the meeting, they exchanged views on regional and international issues, and discussed further collaboration between the two friendly nations.
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