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Out of the total 800 meters new berth planned to be built with an investment of USD 440 million; the 430 meter berth area will help attract more cargo with the development of free economic zone in Berbera. “A port is nothing without a free zone,” Sulayem said. Hence, the experience of the likes of Jebel Ali free zone in UAE and other places will also be applied to create a free zone capable of catering for manufacturing cargo.

However, it is very early as Sulayem said, to talk about the specifics of both the development of the free zone and the second phase of Berbera Port expansion since the whole thing could depend on the appetite of investors. With the aim of making this port a regional hub for the Horn of Africa and the Middle East; DP World has the intention of taking part in the development of the corridor. For that, DP World is looking at the decision of the Ethiopian government and private companies which could partake in the logistics sector. When the required details and specifics are public, Dire Dawa will be the prime target for DP World.

Saad Ali Shire (PhD), Minister of Foreign Affairs, on Friday told The Reporter that his government is about to build roads linking Brebera to Togochale, a border town that connects Somaliland with the eastern part of Ethiopia. The linking road which will require close to USD 90 million is expected to be partly financed by the UAE. The Minister further stated that when further need is required Ethiopia will also be requested to help. The major target of the Berbera Port development, according to Shire, is eastern part of Ethiopia which includes a vast swath of land extending from Somali Region to Dire Dawa. 

Back in May, Mekonnen Abera, director general of the Ethiopian Maritime Affairs Authority, commented on the road project, which Ethiopia had already built on its part, saying that it should not be mixed up with the port project agreement. He stressed that the road projects are separately considered as parts of trade routes and corridors of development.

 

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