Addis Ababa November 30/2020 (ENA) Ethiopia and Sudan will collaborate to determine who’s who among the many refugees crossing the 2 nations border amid the Mai-Kadra bloodbath, State of Emergency Spokesperson Redwan Hussien stated.
Redwan instructed Reuters right now that as a big a part of Tigray, together with Mekelle, is free “there is no need to move to another country because we can still create a capacity to ushering those who are moving from certain conflict areas to the areas a little bit calmer.”
Praising Sudan for welcoming the refugees, the spokesperson stated “we are grateful that Sudan allowed our citizens to cross their border; but the fear is that usually when there is a conflict it is women, children and elders who would try to save their lives. But in this particular case, women are less, children are less. It is only youth.”
Redwan defined that the bloodbath of “Mai-Kadra is now found out to have been orchestrated by a youth wing other than the militia and special forces who were encouraging them to carry out the massacre. That was proved by Amnesty International and our independent Human Rights Commission. ”
Noting that the youth wing is a separate and a casual entity, he stated it might be these youth partly that carried out the bloodbath. “We cannot blame everybody, but there is a possibility that there are also those murderers who have crossed to Sudan,” the spokesperson added.
Within the cities and cities the place these massacres have occurred, folks have begun talking out and developing with names of suspects that are in refugee camps in Sudan, he revealed, including that “we are going to collaborate with Sudan to identify who is who.”
Ethiopia has been accommodating almost 1,000,000 refugees from all the encompassing nations, specifically from Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan and Somalia, amongst others.
Mentioning the nation’s wealthy expertise on dealing with refugees and internally displaced folks, Redwan stated “it is easier for us. We are used to this for years; and we have been also relocating about 4 million internally displaced people for the past two and half years.”