TPLF regime confused amid military agreement reached between Eritrea and Egypt

By Dawit Hailu | Abbay Media News

Ethiopian government face mounting problem with an amid tentative agreement reached between Eritrea and Egypt to create a joint military command post that can overlook the stability and security of the region.

It is remembered that on November 28, 2016, Eritrea’s Isaias Afwerki traveled to Cairo, a capital city of Egypt for a three-day visit and met Egyptian president Abdulfatah el-Sisi

During their bilateral meeting at heliopolis, a headquarters of the presidency, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi and his Eritrean counterpart Isaias Afwerki stressed the importance of launching a joint committee aimed at boosting bilateral cooperation in all fields between the two countries.

According to many political observers and regional political experts, the tentative agreement recently reached by the two countries panicked the Ethiopian government more than ever before . It is on the record that the Ethiopian and Egyptian governments are in a bitter dispute since right after Ethiopia laying the foundation to build the biggest water dam in Africa. Recently, Ethiopian government officials openly accused the Egyptian government for sponsoring terrorists to disrupt the country’s stability and economic success.

In Ethiopian government thinking, the bilateral agreement that was reached by the two “Ethiopia sworn enemies” will endanger the country’s existence as a reliable regional power house.