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And part of the reason it took as long as it did I would say the main reason is because the Government of Ethiopia refused to have direct, face-to-face negotiations unless its preconditions were met. The first precondition was for Eritrea to withdraw from territories that Ethiopia would not name: The Algiers Agreement Short The Agreement is relatively short only six pages and it has five articles.
Article 1 says since you two have already signed a cessation of hostilities agreement six months ago, do not do anything to change that: Article 2 says comply with the Geneva Convention and, using the offices of ICRC, exchange prisoners of war and release, repatriate and return to their last place of residence the displaced civilians.
But it is not the entirety of it. I will come back to that later. It was called the Technical Arrangements. Both parties agreed in advance that they will trust the judgment of the OAU and UN-provided experts on how the two parties should re-deploy their troops: Eritrea instantly signed it.
For seven months, the Government of Ethiopia a demanded changes to an agreement it had in advance agreed would be binding then b rejected it in March ; then c waged an offensive on May 12, It said 3 weeks is two long and then took 9 months to prepare for war and take back land it could have had without massive bloodshed and destruction.
The ostensible reason for its rejection was that its sole-demand—that status quo ante be restored—was not met and this was a matter of principle for the government.
Keep in mind that Ethiopia was going through one of the worst famines at the time and when incredulous people asked Prime Minister Meles Zenawi why he was taking such an unwise decision, he got even more rigid: But it still was.
After all, Ethiopia is a big country with aspirations for regional and continental leadership: And how can one be a leader if people are unable to rely on his or her promises? When Ethiopia unwisely refused to have face-to-face discussions in and insisting on preconditions, at least it was having proxy-talks.
But at least they were meeting. This was an uphill battle given the importance of Ethiopia to UNSC, but it may have had a fighting chance if it was coupled with a charm offensive, not the stink bombs the Eritrean government offered in Somalia and Djibouti. There was never a Plan B. Plan B was Plan A: Ethiopia will unconditionally comply with the ruling of the EEBC.
Two years became five; five years became ten; ten became sixteen and the Government of Eritrea told us that because we are in a state of war, then hundreds of thousands of Eritreans have to be mobilized indefinitely and the constitution has to be suspended indefinitely.
Because Plan B was Plan A, no new facts, no catastrophe could change the strategy. According to the UNHCR, Eritrea has, as of last year,refugees and asylum-seekers with pending cases all over the world.
There was no Plan B. But, in the last two months since he came to power, he has checked off all the boxes in the demand list of the positive-change-seekers: And, if his words are to be believed—and so far, he has, unlike his predecessors, a good record of doing exactly what he said he would do—our long nightmare may be over.
Efforts made in the past 20 years to restore the brotherly relations of the two people have been unsuccessful; 2. Therefore, a different position and approach is necessary to restore real peace between the two countries.
The two countries cannot disregard the choices and wishes of their people; 3. Ego-driven rivalry serves the interest of neither people.
Moreover, the lasting solution to the political crisis and instability in the horn of Africa is a healthy relation between Ethiopia and Eritrea, the lack of which made the two countries and the region miss big opportunities; 4.
In the interest of the peoples of both countries, who are bonded not only by mutual interest but also related by blood, the Government of Ethiopia has decided to fully accept the Algiers treaty and the rulings of the border commission and to implement it with conviction and without hesitance; 5.
Nations spend more time and energy preparing for war and the state of readiness Eritrea and Ethiopia are in is psychologically exhausting and draining to soldiers; 6. I call on the Eritrean government to accept our call for peace without hesitance and to work for the restoration of the relation of the two peoples and its sustainability.Media in category "Files from SuicideGirls Flickr stream" The following files are in this category, out of total.
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