Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmad has reportedly shown flexibility to resolve the Ethiopia-Tigray war peacefully. Last week, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta visited Ethiopia where he met with Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmad and President Sahlework Zewde.
According to the New York Times, in the meeting, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmad showed his willingness to make compromises in order to end ongoing armed conflict politically.
The Ethiopia-Tigray war started in November 2020. One year-long war has cost thousands of lives. International Community has stepped up diplomatic efforts to end one of the deadliest ongoing conflicts in the world. Earlier today, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres held a telephonic conversation with both Ethiopian and Tigray leadership.
It is not clear yet which compromises Ethiopian PM is ready to make. Tigray People’s Liberation Front is demanding the removal of PM Abiy Ahmad. It is recent statements, TPLF has demanded an interim setup to decide about the future of Ethiopia.