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The Oromo Liberation Front provided an office in Addis Ababa



OLF office _Addis Abeba
OLF office in Addis Ababa,
Source: FBC

borkena
20 November 2018

The Ethiopian government has today provided an office in the capital of Addis Ababa on the Serbian Liberation Front (OLF).

It is located in Gulele, capital of Ethiopia, which is on the west side of the city, according to Fana Broadcasting Corporation (FBC), owned by OLF during the transitional government twenty-five years ago. The OLF lost it when it fell out with the then powerful governor of the ruling coalition, the Tiger Front of Liberation People (TPLF).

Referring to Tolera Adaba, a representative of the ethnic-naval organization, the report added that the return of the office to OLF was part of the agreement that had been made during the discussion between Ethiopian officials (Dr. Workeneh Gebeyehu and Lemma Megersa).

The Federal Liberation Front (OLF) thanked the regional state of Oromia and the federal government for complying with the Asmara agreement.

The organization recently reached an agreement with ODP on the peaceful settlement of disputes and the end of armed activities in Ethiopia.

Prior to the recent agreement, federal and regional authorities have been charged with the OLF, which refused to disarm troops in certain parts of the Oromo regional state of Ethiopia that caused a security crisis in the Wollega and Gujji areas. The reason given by OLF at the time was that it did not form part of the Asmara agreement.

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