Ethiopia reportedly withdrawing troops from Eritrea border

17 Aug 2018

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Ethiopian troops are reportedly withdrawing from areas bordering Eritrea. Eritrean Press cited what it called “unnamed” sources in Ethiopia to report that troops in Shiraro front, south-west of the border town of Bademe.

It has also withdrawn from the border town of Badme itself, which the boundary commission, established by Algiers Peace Agreement, awarded to Eritrea, and which Ethiopia refused to give up until early June – when the 36 members executive committee of the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front under the chairmanship of prime minister Abiy Ahmed decided to accept the Algiers peace agreement in all its forms including the decision on Bademe.