Ethiopia’s federal government and Tigray regional authorities have begun talks in Addis Ababa to address delays in implementing the Pretoria peace agreement.

This agreement, signed in 2022, aims to bring stability to the region following conflict between the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and the federal government.

Challenges in implementing the agreement have led to tensions, prompting mediation by the African Union.

The agreement covers issues like power-sharing and regional autonomy, with former presidents of Kenya and Nigeria among the mediators.

This simplified explanation is based on reporting from the BBC.

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