Pompeo voices ‘grave concern’ about ongoing Tigray hostilities

WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of State Mike

Pompeo voiced grave concern about ongoing hostilities in the

northerly Tigray region of Ethiopia during a telephone call with

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, the U.S. State Department

said in a statement on Monday.

“Secretary Pompeo took note of the Government of Ethiopia’s

Nov. 28 announcement of the end of major military operations,

but reiterated the United States’ grave concern regarding

ongoing hostilities and the risks the conflict poses,” State

Department spokesman Cale Brown said, saying that Pompeo called

for a “complete end” to the fighting and constructive dialog.

(Reporting By Arshad Mohammed and Tim Ahmann, Editing by

Franklin Paul)

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