Ethiopia has launched a national logistics strategy to use multiple ports in neighboring countries in order to improve the country’s international trade.
Supported by the United Nations Development Programme, the country will use the Mombasa port, the Port of Sudan and Berbera port in Somaliland, in addition to the Djibouti port.
“We will consider using all the ports in the region,” said Workineh Gebeyehu, Ethiopia’s Minister of Transport, at the launch of the strategy. Read more. Source | The East African