Ethiopia-Tigray peace deal: How to find common ground after bloody war | DW News

After two years of fighting in Ethiopia, warring parties have agreed to lay down their arms, thanks to a peace deal brokered by the African Union.
The conflict in the northern Tigray region has left thousands dead, millions displaced and brought famine to the region.
Ethiopia’s government and Tigrayan authorities agree to an “orderly, smooth and coordinated disarmament.”
“Restoration of law and order,” “restoration of services” and, more importantly, for the people there in the region to get “unhindered access to humanitarian supplies.”
Now many wonder if the peace deal will hold.


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