President Mulatu Teshome and Ghanaian Nana Akufo-Addo conferred today on ways of consolidating their bilateral relations in general and their economic cooperation in particular.
President Nana Akufo told journalists that the strong and longstanding relation of the two countries needs to be consolidated in the economic spheres as well.
He further recalled that Kwame Nkrumah and Emperor Hailesellasie have made great contribution for the establishment of the Organization of African Unity and to the struggle against colonialism.
The presidents also discussed about how the various agreements signed by the respective countries could be realized.
Ethiopia and Ghana are committed to implementing those agreements signed on air transport, trade and investment, among others, it was indicated.
Diplomatic relations between Ghana and Ethiopia date back to 1959.