What should the Amara do when surrounded by enemies? The fate of the Amhara people involved a threat on both sides. It has been officially announced that the Ethiopian government has resumed the war this week after a humanitarian ceasefire that lasted nearly five months. This was created when the Ethiopian government asked her TPLF to return “stolen” fuel to the World Health Organization.
So what is known so far? It has been over four days since the TPLF started fighting the Ethiopian government. On August 24, the Ethiopian government announced that the TPLF had ended the humanitarian ceasefire introduced in March this year. According to a statement by US officials, the government and rebels were due to meet in Kenya this month for peace talks. Just two days before Tigray-based rebels resume fighting the Ethiopian government, TPLF leader Debretsion Gerbemichael publishes an article on the ‘Africa report’ that tarnishes the image of the African Union as a neutral broker.
The organization clarified its intentions when it said the peace talks would break down. About three weeks before the war, a U.S. envoy and a European Union envoy led a delegation from Canada and many European countries to Mekelle, where he met and talked with the TPLF leaders for about five hours. rice field. TPLF forces continued south and captured the town of Kobo in Ethiopia’s Amhara region.