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Ethopia’s PM vows to continue military offensive

According to a news sited on BBCNews.com, Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed has vowed to continue military offensive.

The Ethiopian prime minister has vowed to continue a military offensive in the northern state of Tigray amid concerns it could descend into civil conflict.

Tensions between the state and the federal government have been building for months.


On Wednesday, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s administration accused Tigrayan forces of attacking a federal army base.


Meanwhile the Tigrayan president said that his region was in a state of war.

In a statement on television, Debretsion Gebremichael said that resources would be mobilised in preparation for a conflict.

Fuseina Issaka |TalksAfrica.com|

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