last week the ethiopian government deployed soldiers to the northern part of the country this kind of deployment seen the first time after the end of the border war in 2000, relations between Ethiopia and Eritrea have remained tense, with both countries supporting each other's opposition movements.
On balance, most observers believe that a new war between the two countries looks unlikely, although both are ruled by mercurial leaders whose next moves have proved difficult to predict.
the ethiopian dictator planning to show the opposition groups ,the eritrean government and the rest of the world what kind of military they have this is some kind of sign
they are preparing for war. we can see what the ethiopian military official say " Addis Ababa, December 20, 2012 (WIC) - The
Ministry of Defense said the first Defense Force Day to be marked for the first time on 14 February 2013 at national level as per the government decision.
In a press conference he gave here on Wednesday, Defense Minister, Siraj Fegesa said Ethiopian defense force has accomplished its mission here and abroad successfully and won international recognition.
The minister said the Day will be celebrated for seven consecutive days with various assortments with the public.
According to ENA, he said the Day was designated on 14 February to commemorate the official establishment of the Federal Defense Force on same day in 2006.
According to him, the decision was made last year before the death of the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi."
behind this show the ethiopian dictator have a plan to
conduct a military operation in in eritrea .on the other hand
to silence the opposition group and the movement armed
and unarmed struggles in ethiopia .
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