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India extends nearly $200 million credit to Ethiopia for development

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Updated: 05:34 GMT, Oct 7, 2017 | Published: 03:54 GMT, Oct 6, 2017 |
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Indian President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday (October 05) announced that his government will give a line of credit of nearly $200 to Ethiopia for development projects after his meeting with his counterpart Mulatu Teshome in Addis Ababa.

Both the leaders discussed economic relations and officials signed agreements on trade, communication and media to boost bilateral ties.

Kovind, who is on a three-day visit to Ethiopia, also announced India’s assistance to the African nation in education sector.

Meanwhile, Teshome called for deepening of relationship between the two countries to enhance cooperation in all fields of economic activities.

Kovind is the first Indian President to visit Ethiopia in 45 years and the third overall. President V.V. Giri (1972) and President S. Radhakrishnan (1965) had previously travelled to Ethiopia.

In 2016, the bilateral trade between the two countries was nearly $1 billion. New Delhi is among the top three foreign investors in Addis Ababa with $4 billion investment.

 Indian President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday (October 05) announced that his government will give a line of credit of nearly $200 to Ethiopia for development projects after his meeting with his counterpart Mulatu Teshome in Addis Ababa.

Both the leaders discussed economic relations and officials signed agreements on trade, communication and media to boost bilateral ties.

Kovind, who is on a three-day visit to Ethiopia, also announced India’s assistance to the African nation in education sector.

Meanwhile, Teshome called for deepening of relationship between the two countries to enhance cooperation in all fields of economic activities.

Kovind is the first Indian President to visit Ethiopia in 45 years and the third overall. President V.V. Giri (1972) and President S. Radhakrishnan (1965) had previously travelled to Ethiopia.

In 2016, the bilateral trade between the two countries was nearly $1 billion. New Delhi is among the top three foreign investors in Addis Ababa with $4 billion investment.

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