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The July 2013 conference on Ethiopian transitional government concluded with agreements on key points

The two-day conference that was convened by the Ethiopian National Transitional Conference (ENTC) in Washington DC to discuss the formation of an all inclusive Ethiopian transitional government has been adjourned on July 3 after participants agreeing on major issues and to take the next step in the process.

The conference was attended by Ethiopians representing various organizations and institutions. They came from as far as South Africa, Sweden, London, and many cities from across the United States.

The ENTC leadership has told Ethiopian Review that a detailed report that includes the topics discussed and the agreements reached will be released shortly.

The highlight of the conference was the signing of a memorandum of understanding between ENTC and the Ethiopian National Youth Movement on the urgent need of removing the Woyanne junta and replacing it with an all inclusive transitional government.

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