Statement by TPLF

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Inquired as to whether an activity had been dispatched, Billene Seyoum, representative for Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, said the Ethiopian government had an obligation to secure its residents in all pieces of the country from any demonstrations of "psychological oppression". 

 

"The public authority of Ethiopia will keep on countering the TPLF's annihilation, viciousness and killings in the Amhara area and somewhere else," she added, without explaining. 

 

The new hostile has broken a truce that Ethiopia's administration pronounced in June as its powers withdrew from Tigray, where it had been seeking after the Tigray pioneers who had ruled the public government for quite a long time before Abiy got down to business and sidelined them. 

 

Huge number of individuals have been killed since the political debate turned dangerous in November last year.

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