The Amhara Regional Council started holding its regular meeting

Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 5th Amhara Regional Council has held its 14th regular meeting today.

On the first day of the conference, a report on performance of the regional government during the fiscal year was presented by the head of state, Temesgen Tsehneh.

In his report, Temesgen Tunehh said the security and militia sector has been working to strengthen the peace and security of the region.

They indicated that it has been working to alleviate conflicts over the North Shoa Zone, Oromo Special Zone, and Central Gondar Zone in relation to quarantine claims.

Likewise, the community and the national security forces have made significant contributions.

In their report, the head of state included activities in the region’s agricultural and other economic and social sectors.

He said he is working to create employment opportunities for 1.1 million youths.

He said that efforts are ongoing to prevent locusts in the region, adding that they are now in control.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 5th Amhara Regional Council has held its 14th regular meeting today.

On the first day of the conference, a report on performance of the regional government during the fiscal year was presented by the head of state, Temesgen Tsehneh.

In his report, Temesgen Tunehh said the security and militia sector has been working to strengthen the peace and security of the region.

They indicated that it has been working to alleviate conflicts over the North Shoa Zone, Oromo Special Zone, and Central Gondar Zone in relation to quarantine claims.

Likewise, the community and the national security forces have made significant contributions.

In their report, the head of state included activities in the region’s agricultural and other economic and social sectors.

He said he is working to create employment opportunities for 1.1 million youths.

He said that efforts are ongoing to prevent locusts in the region, adding that they are now in control.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 5th Amhara Regional Council has held its 14th regular meeting today.

On the first day of the conference, a report on performance of the regional government during the fiscal year was presented by the head of state, Temesgen Tsehneh.

In his report, Temesgen Tunehh said the security and militia sector has been working to strengthen the peace and security of the region.

They indicated that it has been working to alleviate conflicts over the North Shoa Zone, Oromo Special Zone, and Central Gondar Zone in relation to quarantine claims.

Likewise, the community and the national security forces have made significant contributions.

In their report, the head of state included activities in the region’s agricultural and other economic and social sectors.

He said he is working to create employment opportunities for 1.1 million youths.

He said that efforts are ongoing to prevent locusts in the region, adding that they are now in control.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) – The 5th Amhara Regional Council has held its 14th regular meeting today.

On the first day of the conference, a report on performance of the regional government during the fiscal year was presented by the head of state, Temesgen Tsehneh.

In his report, Temesgen Tunehh said the security and militia sector has been working to strengthen the peace and security of the region.

They indicated that it has been working to alleviate conflicts over the North Shoa Zone, Oromo Special Zone, and Central Gondar Zone in relation to quarantine claims.

Likewise, the community and the national security forces have made significant contributions.

In their report, the head of state included activities in the region’s agricultural and other economic and social sectors.

He said he is working to create employment opportunities for 1.1 million youths.

He said that efforts are ongoing to prevent locusts in the region, adding that they are now in control.

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