The Prime Minister Office wrote the following after the meeting
Members of the Ethiopian Reconciliation Commission established one year ago met with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to discuss and review progress of activities undertaken, including the development of a strategic plan; forging partnerships with various entities and groups; stakeholder consultations in different areas and taking targeted interventions following conflict in some pockets of the country.
After reviewing the key milestones presented by representatives of the commission, Prime Minister Abiy provided direction in how to further strengthen their activities by focusing on the capacity and potential of the commission to execute key activities through creating goodwill.
Executive Dr Abiy Ahmed is have conversation with individuals from the national compromise commission.
During the gathering, the Commission, which was built up a year prior, gave a preparation to the Prime Minister on its exercises in the course of the last one year.
Among the exercises attempted by the Commission incorporate drawing exercise from inside and outside the nation with respect to transitional equity.
The Commission had additionally completed mindfulness raising effort and counsels with Chief Administrators and Cabinets of every single provincial state aside from Somali and Afar.
The Commission additionally said that it is drafting a three-year key arrangement and guidelines to fill the holes in its foundation.
In the wake of auditing the key achievements displayed by delegates of the commission, the Prime Minister gave guidance in how to additionally reinforce their exercises by concentrating on the limit and capability of the commission to execute key exercises through making altruism.