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Al-Burhan pledges to defend Sudan’s territory during visit to border area with Ethiopia!

14 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

April 8, 2020 (GEDAREF) – In a speech delivered near the Ethiopian border, the head of Sudan’s Sovereign Council, Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan, declared that the armed forces will vigorously defend the country’s borders.

Residents of the area told Sudan Tribune, on Wednesday that the Ethiopian army has begun to penetrate into Sudanese territory, and has distributed Sudanese lands to Ethiopian farmers.

Accompanied by senior army officers, al-Burhan travelled to the border area of ??Doka, where the army deployed troops recently, amid reports of military build-up on the other side of the border.

He paid a visit to the headquarters of forces deployed on the Sudanese-Ethiopian border, where he was briefed about the security situation in the area.

The head of the Sovereign Council was accompanied by Chief of Staff Staff Major General Mohamed Osman al-Hassan, the Director of the General Intelligence Service Jamal al-Din Abdel Majeed, and a number of army senior officers.

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Ethiopia Is Building GERD Because It Has Full Rights To Build It—Finally in English!

3 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Finally the statement came out in English

Addis Ababa, February 3, 2020 (FBC) –Ethiopia is building the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) because it has the full rights to build it, said Gedu Andargachew, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The Foreign Minister made the remark here today at a press conference he issued together with Dr Engineer Seleshi Bekele, Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy.

Ethiopia has the full rights to lift its citizens out of poverty using its natural resources. It is building the dam in such a way as to not cause a significant harm to the downstream countries, he said.

Though Ethiopia is building the dam by taking into account this issue, it entered into talks in order to build trust and confidence among downstream countries, he said.

After the series of talks held on a number of issues over the past years, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt managed to narrow their differences, the Foreign Minister said.

Following the talks held in Washington, the three countries had also reached agreements on many issues. However, there are also technical and legal issues that have not yet been agreed, he said.

Ethiopia believes that these issues would be resolved through dialogue and some of them need more time for consultation because “we want the negotiation to preserve Ethiopia’s interest,” he said.

There is an interest from both the Egypt and the United States for the agreement to be concluded soon, he said, adding, Ethiopia, however, need more time to hold consultation with its people.

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የኦነጉ ዳውድ ኢብሣ የመንግሥት መግለጫ ሰላም የሚያመጣ አይደለም አሉ!

11 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

በቅርቡ ወደ ሀገር ውስጥ የገባው የኦሮሞ ነፃነት ግንባር (ኦነግ) ሰራዊት ትጥቁን መፍታተ እንዳለበት የኢትዮጵያ መንግሥት አሳሰበ።

ኦነግ በበኩሉ በዚህ መግለጫ ሰላም የሚያመጣ አይደለም ሲል እንደማይስማማ አስታውቋል። ማምሻውን መግለጫ የሰጡት ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር አብይ በበኩላቸው “ኦነግ ትጥቅ አልፈታም ይላል ብዬ አላስብም ፤ እናነጋግራቸዋለን” ብለዋል።

 

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የዐቢይ አስተዳደር የታጠቁ ኃይሎች በአገር ውስጥ እንዲንቀሳቀሱ እንደማይፈቅድ በድጋሚ አስታወቀ! 

 

 

Open Letter to UN Sec.-Gen. Ban Ki-Moon by Ethiopian Borders Affairs Committee

14 Jan

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

“Your Excellency:

We, the undersigned representatives of various Ethiopian political parties, civic organizations and professional associations, have the honor to bring to your attention our strong protest against the secret border deal that the dictatorial governments of Ethiopia and the Sudan have recently been hatching.
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