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Interview with Professor Kifle Sellassie Beseat Print E-mail
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Sunday, 09 March 2008
 In an interview given to CyberEthiopia, Professor Kifle Sellassie Beseat, President of ACMEF (Asssociation Culturelle pour le Millenium Ethiopien en France) elaborates on the objectives of the Ethiopian Millenium's celebration held at UNESCO in Paris (France) from the 17 to 21 Decembre 2007.

"The Ethiopian diversity reflects the world's diversity" says the professor and explains the Ethiopian cultural diversity, the origins of the Ethiopian calendar and alphabet.

Unity (and not uniformity) based on the respect of each one's personality and identity is the essence of the Ethiopian cultural diversity. You may listen to the interview and send us your comments.
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