FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESPERSON CONTRADICTS ARMY COMMANDER, MEKELLE INTERIM MAYOR & RIGHTS COMMISSION REPORT ON ERITREAN FORCES INVOLVEMENT IN ARMED CONFLICT IN TIGRAY

Envoy Dina Mufti, Spokesperson of Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has negated demonstrated reports of Eritrea’s essence and support in the equipped clash in Tigray. 

Envoy Dina denied Eritrean soldiers’ investment at a press instructions he provided for nearby media on January 20. “We have seen reports about Eritrean soldiers that have crossed into Ethiopia to help the public authority of Ethiopia during its law requirement activity in Tigray and the estimates taken against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front ,” the Spokesperson said. 

Belay sincerely conceded that his “heart doesn’t permit” him to state “Eritrean armed force come and help us.” Responding to questions which incorporated the issue of sway, Maj. 

Likewise, the most recent report delivered by EHRC referred to initially hand observer records of inhabitants of Humera city who detailed “broad plundering of houses and organizations, by an adolescent gathering calling itself “Fano”, a few individuals from the Amhara Liyu Hayl and Amhara Militia, a couple of individuals from the Ethiopian Defense Force, and some Eritrean warriors.” 

Albeit the comments from the Commander of the North Command situated in Tigray and the between time civic chairman of Mekelle were the first run through Ethiopian authorities transparently admitted to the presence of Eritrean powers, referring to U.S. government sources, philanthropic offices and satellite pictures, a few driving global media, including the New York Times, Reuters, and Bloomberg, have just detailed about it. 

Notwithstanding, Ambassador Dina said it is “relied upon to see the arrangement of Eritrean troopers by the Eritrean government around its line regions with Ethiopia, given the hostile mentality of the TPLF … that had represented an inevitable threat to the sway of Eritrea by dispatching rockets to regular citizen destinations in Asmara.” 

Referring to its sources, Somali Guardian announced recently that many Somali soldiers who were prepared in Eritrea were used as “cannon grub in the new hostile Tigray area.” The Ambassador said “comparable reports about Somalian fighters partaking in a similar mission are “bogus and unwarranted.”

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