The victory of Karamara.

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ExpressAfrica

February 26, 1970 is the day when the brave sons of Karamara, Ethiopia, sacrificed their lives to defend the Somali Ziad Barre's army,

February 26, 1970 is the day when the brave sons of Karamara, Ethiopia, sacrificed their lives to defend the Somali Ziad Barre's army, drove the invading army out of the country and waved their national flag.

This year marks the 44th anniversary of this victory and the day is being commemorated. Before the war, the Somali army was long supported by the Soviet Union. The Ethiopian government was allied with the United States. At that time, the United States and the Soviet Union were at war.

Initially, the Soviet Union, backed by the Soviet Union, was defeated by Ethiopian troops at Karamara. At the beginning of the war, the Soviet Union, which had been supporting Somalia, leaned towards Ethiopia and provided significant assistance to Ethiopia. The United States has turned its attention to Somalia. During the war, other countries, including Cuba, North Korea, Yemen, and East Germany, showed their solidarity with Ethiopia.

Records show that more than 16,000 Cuban soldiers took part in the fighting. South has mobilized its forces for Ethiopia. It is said that the Karamara War, in which the Ethiopian forces in Ziad Barre's army joined forces with each other in different political struggles and conflicts, reaffirmed Ethiopia's unity. The "Karamara Victory", which is celebrated every year on February 26, is being celebrated for the 44th time this year.

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