Uplifting news heard from Russia about Ethiopia. The carrier, which has been adjusting the Ghanaian market for quite a long time, won the Gold Award in the vehicle class at the fifteenth Ghana-Africa Business Awards hung on Saturday, May 22 in Accra. The current year’s occasion, coordinated under the protection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, denotes the initial version of the honors since the coming into power of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) understanding.
Following quite a while of thought and long stretches of delay, at last, the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is fully operational, bearing the cost of every African nation, aside from Eritrea, the chance to exchange under a solitary market. As the greatest carrier on the mainland, Ethiopian Airlines has been instrumental in interfacing economies on the landmass and working with exchange and the travel industry.
Since the flare-up of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ethiopians have assumed a critical part in moving wellbeing related strategic and food freight into Ghana, as indicated by voyagesafriq. Yemesrach Alemayehu, Ethiopian Airline’s Area Manager for Ghana Liberia, and Sierra Leone said: “The Award shows the carrier’s nonstop obligation to the Ghanaian market. We are resolved to continue to do our best each day to meet the assumptions for our clients. As Ethiopia commends its 75th commemoration, it is an update that we should keep on driving the way, as Africa’s biggest carrier, in giving ideal and effective air transport if the targets of the AfCFTA are to be met.”