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ABC’s July 14, 2014 headlines of the day

• It was explained that young people should overcome difficulties and work hard to develop themselves and their country. A discussion forum on a new tradition organized by the Prime Minister’s Office Press Secretariat was held under the title “Youth Engineers of Tomorrow’s Ethiopia”.

• Chofe Oromia approved the region’s 2015 draft budget of 158 billion 629 million 500 thousand birr by a majority vote. The two-day conference ended today with the approval of various appointments.

• The Southern Regional Council Assembly reviewed the performance of the executive offices for the 2014 fiscal year on the first day of its meeting. The council members urged the state government to ensure fair access to development.

• The head of the state, Dr. Yelkal Kefale, urged that the educational institutions destroyed by the terrorist TPLF in the Amhara region should be rebuilt so that they can serve the society. The start schedule for the reconstruction of the schools destroyed by the terrorist group in the region was held in Desai city.

• The Minister of Planning and Development, Dr. Fuzum Asefa, stated that the government will continue to strengthen its comprehensive work to ensure the safety of citizens. The staff and leaders of the Ministry of Planning and Development and the responsible institutions discussed current national issues.

• Jantarar Abay, Deputy Mayor of Addis Ababa and Head of the Business Enterprise and Industry Development Bureau, said that the work to stabilize the cost of living in Addis Ababa will continue. The Deputy Mayor conducted a 15-day report review with the City’s Market Stabilization and Cost of Living Improvement Task Force Committee.

• 7.76 million saplings were planted in an overnight sapling campaign in Benishangul Gumuz region, according to the Regional Agriculture and Natural Resources Office. It is stated that in the 4th round of the green footprint program in the region, it is planned to plant 45 million saplings.

Adam Farah, Vice President of the Prosperity Party, said, “We will continue to progress towards prosperity by planting saplings and uprooting problems without being deterred by temporary problems.” Leaders and workers of Prosperity Party head office planted saplings at Gulele Herb Center.

• The Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC) signed an agreement to work in cooperation with the Assembly of Ethiopian Religious Institutions. According to the agreement, the institutions will work together to build a generation based on peace, solidarity and tolerance.

• The Dredawa administration today named the Millennium Park in the city after veteran artist Ali Beer. Mayor Kedir Juhar, who announced the change of name at the park, said that artist Ali Beera was born, grew up in Dredawa city and became familiar with music.

• At the 18th World Athletics Championship being held in Oregon, Ethiopian athletes will participate in three qualifiers starting at 9:10 p.m. Watch the matches on ITV Entertainment Channel – Frequency – 11105, Symbol rate 45000, polarization-horizontal

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