Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Tuesday promised to “defend and repel” attacks by Ethiopia’s enemies after rebels in Tigray launched a fresh offensive to regain territory in the war-torn region.
“We will defend and repel these attacks by our internal and external enemies, while working to speed up humanitarian efforts,” Abiy said in a statement posted on Twitter.
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