The Ethiopian government announced today, Thursday, the end of the recent military operation against the Tigray Liberation Front, after it “achieved its main objectives.”
“Operation (National Unity in Diversity) recently launched has ended with the achievement of its main results,” the office of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said in a statement.
He added, “The National Defense Forces on the eastern Amhara and Afar fronts have received orders to remain on standby in the recently liberated areas.”
He pointed out that “the activities of the National Defense Forces on other fronts will be announced in the future.”
The Ethiopian government confirmed Wednesday that its soldiers had recaptured a city in southern Tigray from the hands of the rebels, in the first major field advance in the region that has been mired in war for months.
The fighting has displaced more than two million people and pushed hundreds of thousands to the threshold of famine, according to United Nations estimates, with reports of massacres and mass rapes committed by both sides.
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