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Sunday June 3, 2018
Landlocked Ethiopia is planning to build a navy, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said during a briefing of the heads of the countrya��s National Defense Force.
a�?Following the efforts made to build capacity of our national defense, we built one of the stronger ground and air forces in Africa,a�? the ruling party-funded Fana Broadcasting Corp. reported Abiy as saying on Friday. a�?We should build our naval force capacity in the future.a�?
Two calls to the mobile phone of Abiya��s national security adviser, Abadula Gemada, didna��t connect.
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Ethiopia currently has a civilian Ethiopian Maritime Training Institute on Lake Tana. It trains more than 500 marine engineers and electro-technical officers each year and plans to increase this to more than 1,000 officers annually, according to its website.
Abiya��s government in May agreed to develop Port Sudan on the Red Sea and agreed with Djibouti to swap shares in state-owned ports, airlines, and telecommunications. It also agreed to acquire land at Kenyaa��s Lamu Port for a�?logistical facilitation,a�? according to a joint communiquA� issued after a meeting between Abiy and Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Earlier this year, Ethiopia took a stake in a port in Somaliland, a semi-autonomous part of Somalia that aspires to statehood and borders Djibouti. Somaliland will host a naval base for the United Arab Emirates.