11 July 2018

Ethiopia: TPLF Calls On People of Ethiopia, Eritrea to Enhance Relationship

ADDIS ABABA- The Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF) has called on the people of Ethiopia and Eritrea to establish a direct connection to enhance the two countries brotherly and cordial relationship.

In a statement it issued yesterday, the Front affirmed the commitment of the people and State Government of Tigray to stand together with Eritrean people in the ongoing comprehensive efforts to address the two countries stalemate in a sustainable manner.

Commending the two governments' readiness and initiative to solve the two-decade long standoff, TPLF said that Eritrean people's enthusiasm for friendship showcased the fact that the future is bright for the two countries peace.

The statement also affirmed the Front's commitment for the implementation of the decision the ruling Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) has made to change the 20 years 'no war, no peace' situation with Eritrea.

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