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Turkish President Erdoğan says his country wants an end to the Ethiopian and Sudanese conflic

Araweelo News Network.

Addis Ababa (ANN)- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that he wants to end the conflict in Ethiopia and the conflict between Sudan and Ethiopia, following Prime Minister Abiy’s visit to Turkey.

Erdogan and the presence, Abiy Ahmed, said the importance of Turkey as a peace offering to the region,.

He was speaking at a time when the country is still embroiled in nine months of fighting between the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and government forces backed by militias and the Amhara region.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Erdogan told Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed  after visit Ankara is aimed at ending the ongoing conflict in the country, which has affected the lives of millions of people who have fled their homes, while thousands. more have died.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday offered to help mediate an end to fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, vowing to protect the northeast African country’s “integrity.”

 the war-hit country’s “peace and integrity is important to us.”

According to Al Jazeera, Turkish President Erdoğan says he wants an end to the fighting between the Ethiopian governments and Tigray.

READ: Ethiopia is a path of ethnic warfare and is on the path of the Collapsed Yugoslavia

Also, he Said Turkey was willing to mediate between Ethiopia and Sudan to resolve a separate border dispute.

READ: Ethiopia: War Moves Towards Wollo Dessie Strategic Town

Erdoğan told Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Wednesday that the war-hit country’s “peace and integrity is important to us” according to Al Jazeera.

“If the situation deteriorates, all countries in the region will be affected,” Erdogan told a joint media appearance with Abiy.

“As Turkey, we are ready to make every contribution to the problem’s solution, including mediation,” Erdogan said.

Ankara and Addis Ababa have friendly relations and the two leaders vowed to boost economic cooperation and trade.

Abiy said the two countries’ relationship was built on “mutual respect and trust.”

But the two leaders announced no specific agreements or deals.

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