Ethiopia’s regional and international allies are blunting at calls for dialogue with the embattled Tigray People’s Liberation Front on which Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed ordered a military operation on November 4.
Instead, the calls have now been directed at peace, after parties showed no regard to sit down and talk.
The change of tone could be one of the fruits of Ethiopia’s recent shuttle diplomacy to the region last week. Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen and National…
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