Ethiopia and Eritrea combat a savage limit fight from 1998 to 2000. The contention saw immense causalities on the different sides.
Right when Abiy became PM, he began a rapprochement with Eritrea for which he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018.
As of now in Abiy's strategic mission against the Tigrayan powers, the Eritrean government has given him military help.
Eritrean forces displayed in Hitsats fourteen days after the show began, and thusly tangled with the dissenter fighters.
What does the HRW report say?
According to the HRW report disseminated Thursday, Eritrean government powers killed ousts and pillaged and included the camp.
The report alluded to UN dislodged individual association UNHCR figures that showed 7,643 out of just about 20,000 untouchables then living in Hitsats and Shimelba camps are at this point missing.
Both Eritrean troopers and Tigrayan heroes substituted having and attacking the two camps, killing scores of people, and attacking and scouring uprooted individuals as they got away, the report said.
HRW said it got "strong reports" that the warriors killed 31 people in the Hitsats town, adding that the real number of difficulties was "sensible basically higher."
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