Ethiopia and Uganda analyze the impact of the situation in Tigray

Addis Ababa, November 16 (Prinsa Latina), Ethiopian Deputy Prime Minister Demiki Mekonnen held a meeting with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni to analyze the conflict in Tigray and its impact on East Africa, as reported here today.

Peace and security problems that arose after an attack by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front against the NDF Northern Command in that border region took center stage, although they also discussed issues of bilateral interest.

Because Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries not to be colonized in Africa, it is the pride of the continent, ā€¯Museveni said in an interview with Mekonnen, also the foreign minister.

After the meeting in Gulu, a city in the northeast of Ugandan territory, various media reported that negotiations would begin there to resolve differences between TPLF (abbreviated in English) and the Ethiopian Federal Government.

However, the Ethiopia Emergency Working Group declared, on Monday, that this report is inaccurate and unfounded, even though the authorities are committed to seeking to restore order and defend the rule of law in the region.

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