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“Meskel Square is the center of Addis Ababa’s cultural, economic and political event and has been the image of the city for more than half a century” Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebe
Deputy Mayor, W / ro Adanech Abebe, on her part said that it is a testament to our challenging mission to link history to the past and pass it on to the next generation.
He said the 2.5 billion project, which includes new technology services with a one-year non-stop construction deadline, is in line with the current state of Addis Ababa.
He said Addis Ababa is a project that aims to alleviate the current challenges of the city.
The deputy mayor said the project is a reflection of not only the project but also its ability and perseverance.
Speaking on the occasion, the Deputy Mayor thanked the Prime Minister, Dr. Abiy Ahmed, for the project’s vision of beautifying Addis Ababa.
“We have started and completed more than 2,500 projects in just a few months,” she said, adding that we will continue to work hard to make Addis Ababa a heritage and a place for its residents.
Addis Ababa, the epicenter of Ethiopian unity, has also been embroiled in a 3.5-kilometer cross-section of the Meskel Square project.
The Deputy Mayor thanked the residents and developers for their cooperation in the success of this historic project.
Under the motto “Let’s dress up Addis Ababa”, a green fingerprint transplanting program was held at the Addis Ababa city level at Gulele Plant Center.
Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebe, Chief of the Amhara Regional State, Agenehu Teshager, ministers, ambassadors and members of the diplomatic community, senior officials of the city administration, religious leaders, sports families and invited guests were present at the event.
Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, said on the day of the election, we have started planting seedlings in one hand and democracy in the other.
Adanech said all residents, federal and sector institutions should contribute their share by planting and maintaining saplings in the city to make it livable.
According to Adanech Abebe, federal and sector institutions, embassies, diplomatic missions and other bodies have been set up.
The deputy mayor said the community should not only plant seedlings but also take care of them.
Chief of the Amhara Regional State, Agenehu Teshager, who planted the seedlings as a guest of the program, said the cooperation and unity movement started in Addis Ababa is an example for the states.
It is planned to plant 7.5 million seedlings at the Addis Ababa city level this summer and 2.58 million seedlings have been planted alongside the June 14 national election.