Ambassador of Ethiopia and his adviser were killed during a coup attempt in their state, state media reported on Sunday
Ambassador Meconen and his councilor were attacked in their offices on Saturday, state media reported, to tell
Earlier Ethiopia's prime minister said the country's army chief had been shot while trying to thwart the attempted coup in Amhara, a federal state north of the capital Addis Ababa. on Saturday, Prime Minister Abdi Ahmed said General Seare Meconen is one of several victims.
But his press secretary, Bleain Seeuum, told Reuters later that it was unclear whether General Sir had been killed or injured.
He was shot by people near him, Abby said.
The US Embassy has issued reports of reported firearms in the capital, Addis Ababa and violence around the main city of Amphora, one of nine federal Ethiopia
The prime minister said the general had tried to prevent the conspirators from making a coup d' Amhara, Bachir Dar.
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Since coming to power last year, Abby tried to head the political reforms, open the once isolated, security-prone country with 100 million people in the Horn of Africa.
Abby released political prisoners, lifted the bans on political parties, and prosecuted officials accused of gross human rights violations, but his government is fighting the growing violence.
Ethnic bloodshed – long held under the control of the state's iron grip – has fired in many areas, including Amhara, where the regional government was led by Ambachev Meconenen.
Abby, representatives of the regional authorities, met when an attempted coup.
"There are several people who were killed while others were injured," Abby said.
A regional television operator linked to the Tigra People's Front (TPLF), Abie's coalition memory, reported that Seare was murdered, along with another senior military officer, Giza Abera.
Earlier Sunday, Brigadier General Teferra Mamos, head of the Amharra Special Forces, told state television that "most of the people who attempted a coup were arrested, although there are still a few others at large."
Residents of the capital of Amharrah Bachir Dar said late on Saturday that there had been shooting in some neighborhoods and some roads were closed to hold national parliamentary elections next year Several opposition groups called for polling stations to be held in time despite riots and displacement Anne.