Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali underlined his activities during the COP27, which is currently held in Egypt.
"We met with fellow leaders of African nations on the sidelines of #COP27 to discuss bilateral and regional issues," Abiy wrote on Twitter.
"We will continue to work in solidarity to find African solutions to Africa's problems and strive for a more resilient continent."
The Prime Minister affirmed that Ethiopia shares the global community's concerns, adding that it is determined to contribute to their resolution.
During the COP27 summit, Abiy held talks with a number of leaders on bilateral and strategic issues.
The COP27 summit will take place in Sharm El Sheikh during 6-18 November 2022.
More than 40,000 delegates will attend the event, including key political figures such as U.S. President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and Britain's new prime Minister Rishi Sunak.