Canada The US presperates Ethiopia on the withdrawal of erythrean troops
The Eritrea recognizes the presence of its troops in Tiger and promises to remove them
© Eduardo Sideras a woman passes in front of a house damaged during the fighting opposing the Federal Ethiopian army to the regional forces of the dissident Tiger, in Wukro, the March 1, 2021. Eritrea recognized, for the first time, the presence of its troops in Tiger, Ethiopia, promising to withdraw them in a letter addressed in the night from Friday to Saturday to the United Nations Security Council.
Ethiopia-USA: The US presses Ethiopia on the withdrawal of erythrean troops
Washington (Reuters) - US Secretary of State Antony Blinken lobbied the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed so that the erythrean troops involved in the conflict in the Tiger region retire "immediately, completely and verifiablely" , said Monday the US State Department.
In a statement reporting on a telephone interview between the Head of American Diplomacy and the Ethiopian leader, the US State Department said that Antony Blinken had stated that Eritrean troops contributed to the growing humanitarian disaster in the region of the region. Tigger and committed violations of human rights.
Tigrayans living in Windsor 'can't sleep' and are 'worried all the time' as conflict in Ethiopia continues
The small Tigrayan community in Windsor has been reeling since Ethiopian forces first attacked the region in November of last year"Us Tigrayan community members in Windsor happen to be victims," said Windsor resident Mulugeta Tedla, who chairs Association of Tigrean Communities in Canada.
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Antony Blinken also "stressed the need for all stakeholders to the conflict to end immediately to hostilities" , said the spokesman of the department, Ned Price.
Washington declared last week that found no evidence of the withdrawal of the troops promised earlier this month by Ethiopia and Eritrea.
(Simon Lewis and Daphne Psaledakis, with Katharine Hould in Nairobi; French version Jean Terzian)
Ethiopia prepares crucial elections in a complicated context .
© Amanuel Sileshi AFP The Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, having never been elected, the June 5th election represents his first electoral test. (Illustration image) In a month, on June 5, critical legislative elections for the future of the country must be held in Ethiopia. The EU has already indicated that it would not send observers, having not agreed with Addis Ababa on the conditions of deployment.