Sudan post's report about Debretsion

The most recent improvement in Ethiopia-South Sudan relations comes after the Ethiopian diplomat to South Sudan left the capital Juba on Saturday in a sudden choice to fight the revealed presence of the head of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), Debretsion Gebremichael, in Juba.  "We are hearing that the representative of Ethiopia to South Sudan has left the nation. We don't have a clue why, however, there are gossipy tidbits that Debretsion is in Juba and this is the reason he left the nation," one more source at the government official said. "We have kept in touch with the service of international concerns over this issue and we will get an answer within the following, not many hours."  There are unsubstantiated reports that Debretsion whose powers in Mekelle, the capital of the Tigray provincial state, have been vanquished by a government Ethiopian 'law requirement' activity, is in Juba and was meeting visiting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi who visited Juba on Saturday. Category News Commenting disabled.

Sudan post's report about Debretsion

The most recent improvement in Ethiopia-South Sudan relations comes after the Ethiopian diplomat to South Sudan left the capital Juba on Saturday in a sudden choice to fight the revealed presence of the head of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), Debretsion Gebremichael, in Juba. 

"We are hearing that the representative of Ethiopia to South Sudan has left the nation. We don't have a clue why, however, there are gossipy tidbits that Debretsion is in Juba and this is the reason he left the nation," one more source at the government official said. "We have kept in touch with the service of international concerns over this issue and we will get an answer within the following, not many hours." 

There are unsubstantiated reports that Debretsion whose powers in Mekelle, the capital of the Tigray provincial state, have been vanquished by a government Ethiopian 'law requirement' activity, is in Juba and was meeting visiting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi who visited Juba on Saturday.

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