Nov 28, 2021

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Canada reiterates calls for cessation of hostilities in Ethiopia

– Yesterday, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed about the ongoing conflict in northern Ethiopia. The Prime Minister of Canada reiterated his country’s commitment to efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict and move forward the Africa-led negotiations, according to a statement released by his office yesterday.

The In Declaration It was also stated that both PMS had reviewed developments since their last meeting on the 13th.

PM Justin Trudeau reaffirmed Canada’s position on the need for a political solution and an inclusive national dialogue to bring the conflict to a peaceful solution . He also underlined the need for an immediate cessation of hostilities by all parties and the need to ensure unhindered access to and delivery of humanitarian aid for those affected by the conflict, with full respect for human rights.

This arrives a week after the meeting of the two heads of state or government where Prime Minister Justin highlighted the diplomatic efforts of the African Union High Representative for the Horn of Africa, Olusegun Obasanjo, who is working with all parties to negotiate a cessation of hostilities Calls for a peaceful solution to the conflict come amid Prime Minister Abiy’s announcement that he will march to the front he urged citizens to join him, arguing: “D his fight is the fight of all blacks. The campaign against Ethiopia is a conspiracy to undermine the history, culture, identity and dignity of blacks and to humiliate them by subjugating their symbol of freedom, Ethiopia. ”