The Ethiopian military launches a floor offensive towards the forces of Tigray,


The Ethiopian National Army on Monday launched a floor offensive towards forces within the insurgent area of northern Tigray, the ruling get together within the area, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Tigray (TPLF), stated.

TPLF spokesman Getachew Reda informed Reuters by phone that the navy, alongside forces within the northern Amhara area, launched the offensive on Monday morning.

Reuters couldn’t independently confirm his assertion.

“On the morning of October 11, the Ethiopian army with the support of the Amhara special forces launched coordinated offensives on all fronts,” bureau chief Reda stated in an announcement.

Reda stated there was preventing within the cities of Wegeltena, Wurgessa and Haro within the Amhara area, and that the forces used heavy artillery, fighter jets, drones, tanks and rockets to assault.

Official press launch on Abiy’s “final offensive”

– Getachew Okay Reda (@reda_getachew) October 11, 2021

There was no rapid remark from Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s spokesman or navy spokespersons on the matter. Asked for remark, the Amhara regional authorities referred Reuters to the federal authorities.

Last week, Reda stated airstrikes towards Tigrayian forces in Amhara had escalated in what he described as preparations for a floor offensive by the Ethiopian navy and its allies.

The preventing since November 2020 has displaced thousands and thousands of individuals and compelled a whole bunch of 1000’s of Tigrayans into hunger – a state of affairs the United Nations blamed on a authorities blockade. The authorities denies blocking assist.

Tigrayan forces recaptured many of the Tigray area at the tip of June, then pushed into neighboring Afar and Amhara areas, forcing a whole bunch of 1000’s to flee their houses. About 5.2 million individuals in Tigray and 1.7 million individuals in Afar and Amhara rely upon meals assist.



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