Focus on training in conflict resolution is underway in Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) Focus on conflict resolution training is underway in Addis Ababa.

The training was organized by the Japanese government in collaboration with the Ethiopian Peace Corps and the United Nations Development Program.

Participants from 12 African countries, including Ethiopia, are participating in the training and will last for 10 consecutive days.

Japan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Disuke Matusunaga, said that the training is aimed at ensuring peace and security in Africa.

He also mentioned that participants should share the skills and knowledge they have learned in the training and that they should work for the success of the plan to achieve the peace and security sector.

The information from the Japanese Embassy indicates that the training is appropriate in managing conflict and resolving conflict.

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