Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has stated that there are no plans for invading neighboring nations for Red Sea Ports access. However, he emphasized that Ethiopia will not abandon its demand for port access. Abiy's previous remarks about the Red Sea raised concerns, particularly with Eritrea. He stated that Ethiopia, as a landlocked country, relies on the Red Sea for trade and needs access to a port. Abiy assured that Ethiopia will seek mutual interests through dialogue and negotiation, without pursuing its interests through war. Ethiopia lost its coastline to Eritrea in 1993 and has since relied on Djibouti for imports and exports.
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