Ethiopia finally admits Eritrean troops entered Tigray during recent conflict
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed also acknowledged that atrocities such as widespread gang-rape had been committed during the fighting, and promised perpetrators would be punished
Addis Ababa — Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed confirmed for the first time on Tuesday that troops from neighbouring Eritrea entered the northern Tigray region during the five-month-old conflict, the first such acknowledgement after months of denials.
In a parliamentary address, he also acknowledged for the first time that atrocities such as rape had been committed during the fighting, and promised perpetrators would be punished...
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