Urgent decision from the Sudanese army after Abi Ahmed went to fight


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Today, Thursday, military sources conveyed an urgent decision from the Sudanese army after the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed went to the front lines against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, leaving the leadership of the government to Deputy and Foreign Minister Demki Mekonnen.

The Sudanese newspaper, “Al-Rakoba”, said today, Thursday, that press sources in Khartoum confirmed that the Sudanese army decided to close the common border with Ethiopia in the Qalabat region, Gedaref state, eastern Sudan, to which tens of thousands of Ethiopian refugees from Tigray region have been displaced.

The Sudanese newspaper, quoting military sources, confirmed that directives had been issued by the Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese Armed Forces, Lieutenant-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, to send military reinforcements to the border strip with Ethiopia to tighten more control over it after its closure, with the aim of preventing the flows of people fleeing the fires of war currently raging in Ethiopia between the Ethiopian army led by Abi Ahmed, and the Tigray Front.

The same sources confirmed a frightening increase in the number of Ethiopians fleeing to Sudanese lands on a daily basis to double, during the recent period.

And the Ethiopian government announced, yesterday, Wednesday, that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed went to fight on the front lines to participate in the war against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, explaining that Foreign Minister Demke Mekonnen will be the one who will take over government duties as Deputy Prime Minister of Ethiopia.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said, in a statement published by the Ethiopian News Agency, that he has taken the lead since yesterday, Tuesday, and other leaders joined the campaign, claiming to be fugitives.

The conflict in Ethiopia has entered a dangerous stage, as Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced, yesterday evening, Tuesday, that he was going to fight himself against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, which is close to Addis Ababa, as it is preparing to control a city in Amhara state, which is 130 kilometers from the capital. Just.

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