Ethiopian soldiers enter Somalia to fight terrorist organization al-Shabab

According to reports in the national media, some of the additional troops that the leaders of Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Djibouti decided to send to fight terrorism entered the country.

It was informed that the soldiers, who were stated not to serve under the African Union peacekeeping force, would support the Somali troops in the field.

The Somali government announced last week that soldiers from neighboring countries would take part in operations in the coming weeks.

More than 20,000 soldiers are serving in the country as part of the African Union Transition Mission.

The defense ministers and leaders of Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Djibouti met at the beginning of February and decided to fight against al-Shabaab.

In the last year, the Somali army cleared many areas from the organization and neutralized hundreds of terrorists.

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