The red-bonnet wearers blocked the road. The court Proceedings of Zemene Kassie. Results gained in the macroeconomic sector imply that the government has implemented effective policies that helped withstand the economic instability globally. The nation has gained promising results in the export trade in which the mining and agricultural sectors have contributed the greater share, she said. According to the President, the nation has managed to create more than 2.3 permanent jobs for citizens during the concluded fiscal year. The results have been gained in the face of challenges related to flooding, conflict, and drought in various parts of the country. The agriculture sector has seen 43pct growth while the service sector witnesses a 32pct increase, according to the President. Ethiopia has been working hard to ensure food security and self-sufficiency through large investments in wheat production sectors. Saying that the nation has achieved remarkable achievements in the foreign direct investment sector, President Sahle-Work Zewde underscored that Ethiopia will remain a chosen investment destination in the years to come. The commencement of electric power from the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is among the groundbreaking achievements registered during the fiscal year, President Shale-Work Zewde said. Ethiopia will continue strengthening its green development endeavors to tackle threats of food insecurity and mitigate impacts of the climate change.