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Statement by PM Abiy Ahmed

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Disregarding the evidently uncompromising stances, and the Ethiopian government's previous refusals to deal with people from the TPLF, which was doled out a "mental oppressor" pack by the Ethiopian parliament in May, there is somewhere near one expected street for possible outcast center individuals to focus in on prisoners. 

 

On July 2, countless clear prisoner Ethiopian troopers were swaggered through Mekelle on the way to a holding office in the city. TPLF pioneer Debretsion Gebremichael revealed to The New York Times that low-situating troopers would be conveyed, anyway authorities and various pioneers would remain in a guardianship. 

 

"The amount of POWs [prisoners of war] we are as of now working with has beaten 8,000, and they may yet extend," Fesseha Tessema, a TPLF counsel and past Ethiopian moderator, uncovered to Al Jazeera. "They've been visited by the International Red Cross and we are referencing assist relationship with aiding us offering food to all of them." 

 

In an informed declaration to Al Jazeera, an agent for the International Committee of the Red Cross would not comment on the issue. 

 

According to Fesseha, the Ethiopian government is yet to associate with the TPLF over its purportedly gotten troops. Abiy's press secretary Billene Seyoum didn't rapidly respond to an informed solicitation about the POWs. Ethiopian specialists and state media have not offered any articulations on the issue. 

 

To the extent concerns its, the Ethiopian government should hold hundreds – and possibly more – of ethnic Tigrayan people from the Ethiopian furnished power, kept in the start of the contention on the uncertainty that they would mount a rebellion. An organized appearance of prisoners on the different sides could clear the path for starter visits on developing a considerable ceasefire. 

 

Nonetheless, a couple of the solicitations, including interest that Addis Ababa sees the TPLF's norm of the area, are basically certain to be censured.

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