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Tigray Front accused of prolonging belligerence in Ethiopia

Tigray Front accused of prolonging belligerence in Ethiopia

Addis Abeba, Jun 30 (Prensa Latina) The Ethiopian government accused the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) of continuing its belligerence to destabilize the constitutional order and destroy national peace.

Although the authorities express willingness to resolve the situation in the north of the country, the group is mobilizing for another devastating war, which will disrupt the upcoming agricultural work and cause great disasters, denounced the government spokesman, Legesse Tulu.

It does not give up its intentions to destroy the nation and, besides promoting another conflagration, it withholds the aid of the government and several institutions to the needy in Tigray and diverts it to the members of the TPLF, he pointed out during a press conference.

Of the 7,000 trucks sent with basic necessities to Mekele, capital of that state, more than 2,000 have not returned, Tulu said, who expressed his assumption that Tigrayan troops have hijacked them to carry out military maneuvers.

It is using them to transport soldiers and logistics, but as if that did not affect thousands of citizens, in one of its anti-peace moves, the Front also recently blocked humanitarian flights to Mekele, he revealed.

The spokesman also reported that federal and regional forces are maintaining an operation against Shene, a group blamed for the recent massacre of around 300 civilians, mostly children and women, in Gimbi, a town in western Oromia state.

The aggressions are intense and come from different directions, but the government is continuously taking measures to enforce the law, stop these groups, protect communities and ensure peace in all regions, he said.


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