General Tadesse Worede during the presser on Sunday. Photo: Screenshot/Tigray TV
Addis Abeba -Tigray topmost military commander General Tadesse Worede said nearly 65% of Tigray's armed combatants were disengaged from front lines as part of efforts to implement the permanent cessation of hostilities agreement in
Screenshot from regional media DW
By Mihret G/kristos @MercyG_kirstos
Addis Abeba - Commanders of the Tigrayan armed combatants say Tigrayan fighters have started withdrawing from different front lines in accordance with the peace deal reached between the two belligerent, the federal government of Ethiopia and the
Federal and Tigray military leaders meeting was concluded on the weekend of 12 November. Pictured: Field Marshal Berhanu Jula, Chief of the Ethiopian Defense Forces (right), and Lt. General Tadesse Worede, chief of Tigrayan forces (left), accompanied by Getachew Reda and Lt. Gen.