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Press release by the Ministry of Defense on current affairs

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The Ministry of Defense (MoD) has approached general society to stay watchful against the bogus purposeful publicity of TPLF. Service Public Relations Director, Colonel Getnet Adane, told columnists today that the Government has escalated its mission to guard the country. He said the local area ought not to be concerned by the bogus promulgation of the psychological militant TPLF bunch. He further said endeavors are in progress to defeat those individuals from the psychological oppressor TPLF bunch that penetrated by means of Muja and Dilb regions.

EEP Corporate Planning Executive Officer, Andualem Sia revealed to ENA that different African nations, including Sudan, have communicated revenue to buy power from Ethiopia. Experts from the two nations are talking about Sudan’s advantage to buy 1,000 MW, he added.

EEP specialists went to Khartoum last month and Sudanese specialists would before long show up in Ethiopia to proceed with the discussions. Also, South Sudan, Kenya, and Djibouti have communicated interest to buy electric force and arrangements have been in progress, as per the chief. Development of 500-Kilowatt transmission line is approaching consummation and individuals from the Kenyan parliament will visit Ethiopia one week from now to talk about the issue, Andualem expressed.

Past Kenya, Ethiopia has assembled a transmission framework that could convey 2,000 megawatts to Tanzania and up to South Africa, he uncovered. Moreover, an examination that empowers Somaliland to get power from Ethiopia has been led with the help of the World Bank by East Africa Power Policy.

South Sudan has on its part communicated a longing to buy power, the boss said, adding that a group of specialists will before long make a trip to South Sudan to direct an investigation on the development of the electrical cable. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) benefits Ethiopia as well as Africa, Andualem noted, adding that the flow of interest for power from these careful nations shows their incredible assumption in the dam.

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