Saturday, October 20, 2012

Peace talks between Ethiopia and Ogaden rebels failed

(Oct 19, 2012, (ADDIS ABABA))--Peace talks between the Ethiopian government and with a faction of the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) ended on Wednesday without a breakthrough.

The Ethiopian delegation led by the Defence Minister, Siraj Fegessa and ONLF’s led by Mohamed Omar Osman held the second round of peace talks from 15-17th October in Kenyan capital, Nairobi. The Ethiopian government said the peace talks failed after the ONLF faction “refused to accept and respect the constitution of Ethiopia and work within the constitutional framework”.

The rebel group holds the Ethiopian government responsible for the stalled talks. It accused the Ethiopian government of violating a key principles agreed during preliminary talks held in Nairobi, Kenya last month. Read more from Sudan Tribune »

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There is no just and lasting solution with Somalis, this land Ogaden is Ethiopia's Sovereignty and belong to Ethiopia therefore Somalis have no right of abode there unless they accept complete obedience to Ethiopia or should be pushed out at the point of Bonnet.

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