The war between the Ethiopian army and the Tigray front enters the decisive stage

November 14, 2020
The current crisis in the Tigray region may constitute a greater test for Abe due to its local and regional complications, especially in terms of its interference in the relationship between the two neighbors, Sudan and Eritrea. The current crisis in the Tigray region may constitute a greater test for Abe due to its local and regional complications, especially in terms of its interference in the relationship between the two neighbors, Sudan and Eritrea. Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Vision Egypt News: - Two explosions occurred in the cities of Bahir Dar and Gondar in the Ethiopian Amhara region, which is adjacent to Tigray, and the Tigrayan Liberation Front fired two missiles at the two cities, causing damage to the two airports.

These missile strikes came as Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed called on the Tigrayan Liberation Front forces to surrender within two days to the National Army forces, "to save their lives," as he described it.

The Ethiopian army broke the siege imposed on it by the Tigrayan regional forces and began to recover sites they lost after counterattacks, while the Ethiopian Federal Parliament revoked the immunity of 39 officials of the rebel Tigray Liberation Front.

The Chief of Staff of the Ethiopian Army, General Berhanu Gula, stated that the Northern Command, which was under siege for five days, was attacking on all fronts and regaining many of the sites it lost.

Burhanu added that the 7th, 8th, 23rd, 11th, 31st, 20th, fourth and fifth battalions were able to break the siege and regroup to launch attacks on various fronts.

He considered that the remaining army mission is small compared to what has been accomplished so far, pointing out that the army has reorganized itself and seized areas from Dansha and Hamira Airport to Bakir in Tigray.

The population of the Tigray region, which is bordered to the north by Eritrea and to the west by Sudan, is about five million people, and it enjoys semi-autonomy within the federal system followed in Ethiopia.

Ethiopia suffers from ethnic divisions and major economic crises when Abiy Ahmed assumed power about two years ago. In 2017, more than a million Ethiopians were forced to flee for reasons related to ethnic conflicts and others related to droughts and a great shortage of food and services in some areas.

But Abe faced a big test, when nearly 240 people were killed in the violence and protests that erupted in Ethiopia in July 2020 when ethnic clashes erupted over the killing of the folk singer Hashalu Hondisa, whom many members of the "Oromo" ethnicity to which "Abe" belonged as a voice. Because of their marginalization.

The protests erupted in the capital, Addis Ababa, and in the surrounding Oromia region, from which the country's largest ethnic group is descended and which has always felt marginalized and persecuted in the multi-ethnic country.

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