Addis Ababa, May 26, 2016 (GMN) - The Prime Minister of Ethiopia met with Aywaa King Akwai Agada Akwai Cham of South Sudan , Gambella Administrator Gatluak Tut, Gambella Deputy Administrator Eng. Olero Opiew and discussed regional dynamics, including the situation in South Soudan, both leaders agreed on the need to end violence and find a successful political solution.
The Prime Minister expressed the Ethiopia’s support for ongoing political reform in South Sudan and encouraged King to continue to demonstrate substantive progress in all areas.
The leaders made clear their commitment to strengthening peace, security and investment ties between the Ethiopia and South Sudan and helping to protect illegal border crossing from both countries to preserve peace stability in the region.
Meanwhile, Gambella Officials said, "It Takes A Village to Raise a Child". "There is no formula that can tell us where to live in peace, how to love one another. We must put our faith, here as elsewhere, in a consensus reached by imperfect and biased men and women through free discussion and trial and error.
A government which maintained law and order, defined property rights, served as a means whereby we could modify property to rights and other rules of the economic game, adjudicated disputes about the interpretation of the rules, enforced contracts, promoted competition, provided a monetary frame-work engaged in activities to counter technical monopolies and to overcome neighbourhood effects widely regarded as sufficiently important to justify government intervention, and which supplemented: private charity and the private family in protecting the irresponsible, whether madman or child such a government would clearly have important functions to perform. "
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