Check Out The Impact Of Former President Uhuru's Meeting In South Africa To The Ethiopians Tigris People's Liberation Front
The fourth and former president Uhuru Kenyatta is set to fly to South Africa for high-level peace talks aimed at ending the Tigris of Ethiopia conflict. The peace talks will be facilitated and led by Obasanjo, African Union's high representative for the Horn of Africa who is the former president of Nigeria, alongside Uhuru Kenyatta and Dr. Famzile Kiuka who is a member of the AU panel of the wise and former deputy president of the Republic of South Africa.
The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday October 8th. The talks are aimed at fostering peace between the governments of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the Tigri people's liberation front.
The talks between the two parties are expected to deliberate on the guiding principles, agenda issues, modalities format, and timelines for the negotiated settlement aimed at laying the foundation for a structured and sustained mediation between the federal government of Ethiopia and the Tigris people's liberation front towards durable resolutions of the conflict.
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