Dressers in Ethiopia
In the 1980s, in response to protests by the Ethiopian government, a U.S. envoy to Ethiopia’s government led by Mr. Carter visited the American embassy and set up a summit with American officials to discuss ways to improve aid. But that meeting, known as Special Envoy #5, was stopped short because of a lack of substantive progress, the envoy said, suggesting that American officials decided not to visit the Ethiopian capital while U.S. officials traveled to Damascus.
But by 2014, as Mr. Carter expanded his contacts there, there was an increase in the kind of work they did. Mr. Carter visited Sudan that year, where a local doctor, Dr. Riek Agha, had treated hundreds of children from the Darfur area. The group’s first official visit occurred in 2016, after the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, led an unprecedented shift away from U.S. intervention into the country’s growing violence.
Even as the U.S. government acknowledged how a U.S. troop presence in the region was necessary, the United States continued to offer training and logistical support to peacekeepers in the Darfur region in exchange for the return of the U.S. ambassador and the Darfur U.N. representatives, the ambassador said. https://jiji-ethiopia.com/20-dressers
Mr. Carter told the United States that if the United States won’t use its military power, “