Uganda’s President calls for Ethiopia Summit

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Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has called for a meeting of East African leaders to discuss Ethiopia’s civil war. Reports said quoting Uganda’s State Minister for Foreign Affairs.

“President Museveni is in touch with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on the ongoing situation in Ethiopia and has expressed concern at the refusal by the Tigray group to engage in negotiations and reach a ceasefire. So we’re concerned.” Uganda’s State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Okello Oryem said

The meeting has been called for 16 November, Reports said.

On Thursday, US envoy Jeffrey Feltman is due in Addis Ababa to discuss the conflict amid rising concern that it could escalate further.


BBC /Shakirat Sadiq

1 Comment
  1. geza says

    Dear East African community especially
    Muchwini Aremo Soroti Mbale Karenga from Uganda
    Kakuma Kitale Bungoma Kisumu Nakuru Meru and Mersabit from Kenya
    Kajo Keji Lafon Puk Padiet Loing Malwal and Malakal from South Sudan are areas of invasion of OLA so as to create Greater Oromia Republic
    As the history repeats itself OLA is becoming next Siad Baree .
    IF you remain silent and continued to echo Western media false reports you will be the part of the destruction of your respected countries.
    If the ambition of OLA become successful east African community will face the real Armagedon.
    Time will show us who will be victorious

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