Domestic genetic testing to begin in one month. The Ethiopian Federal Police announced that domestic DNA testing will begin in a month.
According to Ethiopian Federal Police Commissioner General Demelash G. Michael, the facility is importing and using new forensic detection machines.
He said the Ethiopian Federal Police, which is undergoing a change in its strategic plan to become one of the top five police stations in Africa, is modernizing its operations.
He said the DNA test, which had previously been sent to other countries, would be carried out in Ethiopia in a month.
The Commissioner General said that the police have set up new structures to enable the police to work more effectively than technology.
The new facilities are said to be designed to ensure the safety of the growing air and land transport.
He also said that industries and universities are being restructured.
The new units include the Aviation Police, the Railway Police, the University Security Police, and the Police and Industrial Departments.
In another news, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva discussed bilateral and regional issues with the President of Djibouti.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed held talks with Djibouti’s President Ismail Omar Guelleh on bilateral and regional issues.
Following the talks, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on his social media page: “The relationship between the two countries is historic and deep-rooted.”
“It’s a family affair beyond neighborhood. “President Ismail Omar Guelleh and I are committed to laying the groundwork for the common prosperity of our countries,” he said in a statement.
Djibouti’s President Ismail Omar Guelleh has arrived in Addis Ababa on a two-day working visit.
The President today visited the headquarters of the Ethiopian Information Network Security Agency.
After the visit, the leaders of the two countries discussed bilateral and regional issues, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.
During the meeting, they also discussed ways to strengthen economic ties through trade, agricultural investment, joint infrastructure development, tourism, energy and other sectors.
The two leaders will continue to discuss common issues during the visit, the office said.