Somali government apologizes to Ethiopian for supporting Egypt-Nile tensions

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The Ethiopian government has been deeply saddened by the recent Arab League summit on Egypt’s Nile tensions between Egypt and Somalia. The resolution has been criticized by Ethiopia, which has prompted the Ethiopian government to intensify its opposition to Djibouti and Somalia, which has a close friendship with Abiy Ahmed.

The Arab League has shown great support for the Egyptian government in the tensions with Ethiopia over the Nile, which is believed to have led to Egypt’s entry into Egypt. Somalia and Djibouti, a member of the organization, were also part of the resolution, although they later sent a message of apology to Abiy Ahmed, who was furious at being part of the resolution.

Djibouti’s foreign minister, Gedu Andargachew, in an exclusive interview with The Reporter in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, said the governments of Djibouti and Somalia have sent messages expressing dismay at the resolution, after seeking comment. Ethiopia’s role in this regard.

“The letters we received (from Somalia and Djibouti) tell us that the resolution adopted by the Arab League does not play a role in the current crisis, but exacerbates the situation,” the Ethiopian foreign minister said. “They told us that the problem would not be solved that way, and I believe other members of the Arab League will do the same.”

The Prime Minister Hassan Khaire has recently visited in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, to deliver a message to Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed From President Mohamed Farmajo expressing his dismay with the Arab League’s decision to join the same. and apologize in full. The resolution of the Arab League was signed by Somali Foreign Minister Abdulkadir Ahmed Khayr, who attended the conference, but opposed it by President Farmajo, who said it was not consulted.

Corrupt Villa Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo cannot lose the support of Ethiopia, as he needs to use his army to fight regional administrations.

Ethiopian troops have already been used in Southwestern administration. They are also in Gedo region, which has previously failed to be used for the administration of Jubaland, as Jubaland has support from Kenyan forces, which Ethiopia does not want to conflict with.