An armed conflict erupted in the Tigray region between the Ethiopian federal government and the regional government, plunging the north of the country into crisis and involving a third country – Eritrea. Lighting by Louis Keumayou
For the first time, the Eritrean government has recognized the presence of its troops in the Tigray region. In a letter to the UN Security Council, Eritrea admitted to intervening militarily alongside the Ethiopian army in the conflict with the Tigrayan rebels. But while victory was proclaimed on November 28, Eritrean troops are said to have remained behind and are accused of carrying out massacres and sexual violence.
Louis Keumayou, president of the African information club, returns to this question for RT France.