An Ethiopian rebel group announced a unilateral cease fire on Sunday, the hottest dissident movement to target to get an end to hostilities in the aftermath of reforms. Back in 2007, Ethiopian forces waged a big offensive offensive against these following
the band assaulted a Chinese-run petroleum facility, killing 74 people. However, the ONLF was one of two additional bands which were removed by parliament by a summary of prohibited moves – section of a reform driveway being directed by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, that has long been an olive branch into dissidents. In an announcement, the ONLF said it’d”taken under consideration the steps taken by the government to place the ground work for discussions and calm discussions.” The group”will discontinue all security and military operations to come across an open and lasting alternative into this Ogaden battle” The spot the ONLF works in comprises four billion cubic feet of gas and petroleum residue, the government says.