Does the agreement on Tigray hold? | Conflict

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The Ethiopian government and rebels vow to speed up aid in war-torn Tigray.

Ethiopia’s government and rebels have agreed to allow immediate humanitarian access to Tigray and other regions in the north.

The pledge, signed in Nairobi, Kenya, is the latest step towards ending two years of conflict.

It follows last week’s talks on the implementation of a peace deal agreed in early November.

The war has killed tens of thousands of people and driven millions from their homes.

So, is peace in northern Ethiopia possible?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra


Teklay Gebremichael – Associate Editor of Tghat, a platform documenting the war in Tigray

Martin Plaut – Senior research fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies

Bizuneh Getachew Yimenu – Lecturer at the University of Birmingham

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