ANKARA 

From the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s well-deserved Nobel Peace Prize to the fast pacing of peace process in South Sudan, coupled with the discovery of rare black leopard and saving of white rhinoceros from the total extinction, the year 2019 has left many positive marks behind in the African continent.

Ethiopian prime minister’s initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighboring Eritrea was lauded by the international community, which ended a bloody chapter in the history of two countries. The country also launched its first remote sensing satellite, designed to provide multi-purpose data related to agriculture.

The National

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