(ANSA) – ADDIS ABABA, 04 APR – Eritrean troops fighting in the Tigray region, in northern Ethiopia, “started to evacuate” one day after the G7 countries had asked for their rapid withdrawal. This was announced by the Ethiopian government.
Through social media the Ethiopian foreign ministry said this evening that the process of the withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Tigray has begun. “As announced last week, the withdrawal of Eritrean troops that had crossed the border when provoked by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (Tplf) began,” the former ruling party of Tigray that dominated national politics in Ethiopia for nearly three decades earlier. that Abiy would take power in 2018. The ministry’s statement also reads that “the army has now taken over the guard of the national border”. (HANDLE).
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