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His remark came a day after US top negotiator Blinken, affirming before Congress, said he needed security powers in the area “that won’t mishandle the common freedoms of individuals of Tigray, or submit demonstrations of ethnic purifying which we’ve found in western Tigray”.

Refering to “truly solid” reports of progressing denials of basic freedoms and monstrosities, he required “an autonomous examination concerning what occurred there” and “a compromise cycle with the goal that the nation can push ahead strategically”.

“We have, as you most likely are aware, powers from Eritrea over yonder, and we have powers from a bordering [Ethiopian] locale, Amhara, that are there. They need to come out.”

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