The measure came following successive investigations by the
On the other hand, other equipment, including microwave telecommunication products, with a gross weight of 11,334kg, were brought into the country through ET Cargo by the company on behalf of ethio-telecom, on
The equipment has been stuck at ET Cargo and theModjoDryPortsince late
The disclosure came as the ESLSE lost patience with ethio telecom for leaving what it believed was its property for over two months at the dry port, leading to congestion.
TheEnterprisefiled an appeal with the Transport Standing Committee at the HPR, which then appealed at the
When asked by the House, however, ethio telecom claimed that it has no property at the dry port. In a letter ethio telecom wrote to the ERCA last week, it stated that the properties do not belong to them, nor did they allow
The state-owned telecom service provider signed a
Following ethio telecom's letter, a second letter was dispatched, this time from the ERCA's head office, directed to the
"Discussion was held among officials here and the goods will be confiscated," an official at the
A similar measure is to be taken at the dry port as well, Fortune has confirmed.
The law says goods left at the port for more than two months should be confiscated.
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