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Can Berlin and Paris reset ‘strained’ EU-Ethiopia ties?

Germany and France have dispatched their top envoys to Ethiopia to revamp relations strained by the Tigray conflict. Analysts say the EU member states are keen to support the reconstruction process but challenges remain.

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