Previous Ethiopian President Colonel Mengistu Hailemariam has met with Ethiopia's previous Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn in Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Wednesday.
The unexpected gathering between Hailemariam, who was Ethiopia's Prime Minister until he surrendered in April 2018, and Mengistu has paralyzed numerous in Ethiopia who had an uncommon look at Mengistu since he fled the nation in 1991 as renegades, who currently make up the decision alliance, moved toward the capital, Addis Ababa.
A photograph of the gathering among Mengistu and Hailemariam, who was in Zimbabwe as leader of the African Union's race spectators' main goal, was generally shared via web-based networking media and numerous Ethiopians communicated diversion at the previous strongman's appearance.
The United States Embassy in Ethiopia says it is troubled and saddened by deadly violence in the country over the past two days. Reports indicate that about 15 people were killed by state forces in the town of Chelenko in the east Hararghe zone of Oromia region. The deaths are said to have resulted as protesters were shot by federal forces. A simmering security crisis has also hit some university campuses across the country leading to the closure of some facilities. The government has yet to comment on the particular situation. displayAdvert("mpu_3") It is important that the Ethiopian government ensure the safety of all Ethiopian citizens, and hold accountable those responsible for violence. Unrest in Ethiopia's Oromia region, federal forces blamed for deaths https://t.co/AjP4UnJtyl— africanews (@africanews) December 12, 2017 The U.S. statement titled “U.S. Embassy Statement Following Deaths at Chelenko and Universities,” read as follows: “We are troubled and saddened by reports of violence that has resulted in deaths and injuries in the town of Chelenko and at several universities over the past two days. We extend our condolences to the families and friends of the victims. “It is important that the Ethiopian government ensure