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Slovenian and Ethiopian presidents call for enhancing ties

President Borut Pahor and Ethiopian counterpart Mulatu Teshome called for enhancing ties as they met on the first day of Pahor’s visit to the African country on Monday.

The pair labelled bilateral relations as good and noted that there were numerous opportunities for upgrading economic cooperation, trade and investment.

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