Friday, October 23, 2020

Madaxweynaha Eritrea oo gaaray magaalada Addis Ababa

ADDIS ABABAB (HALBEEG)- Madaxweynaha Eritrea Isaias Afwerki ayaa saakay gaaray magaalada Addis Ababa halkaas oo ay uga bilaabatay saddex maalmood oo uu halkaasi ku joogi doono booqasho shaqo.

Madaxweynaha Eritrea ayaa markii uu ka soo degay Addis Ababa waxaa garoonka Jimma Aba Jifar ku soo dhoweeyay Ra’iisul wasaaraha Itoobiya Abiy Axmed.

Sida uu sheegay wasiirka warfaafinta dowladda Eritrea Yemene GebreMeskel waxaa wafdiga Madaxweynaha ayaa ka kooban wasiirka arrimaha dibadda Eritrea Cismaan Saalax iyo sidoo kale la Taliyaha Madaxweynaha Yemene Ghebreab.

Labada hoggaamiye ayaa ka wada hadli doona sidii loo sii xoojin lahaa xiriirka labada dhinac iyo sidoo kale iskaashiga gobolka.

Ra’iisul Wasaare Abiy Axmed ayaa booqasho tan la mid ah ku tagay Eritrea bishii August ee sanadkaan.

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