Let the International Community Still Stand Up for Truth!


In recent years, though, international organizations have begun to condemn the crimes committed by terrorists. From Filtman’s well-researched diplomatic speech to “We understand the people’s bitterness about the TPLF,” to Samantha Power’s soft words are unmistakable. We believe that we need to encourage small-scale improvements, as we have repeatedly stated, “Our position on the TPLF is not correct.” According to The Telegraph, the international media reported on the destruction of the village of Agamsa in North Wollo, citing a satellite image as an example of war crimes committed by the terrorist group in the Amhara and Afar regions.
This is to be commended in the light of the media coverage of the terrorist attack on our country. Other international media outlets should also be aware of the fact that the terrorist regime has invaded Amhara and Afar, not only in Ethiopia, which has declared war as a general war, but also in terms of terrorist activities and activities that are detrimental to the world.

Similarly, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has expressed concern over the massacre of refugees in Afar Galicoma. Of course, the massacre of more than 240 innocent people, including 107 children, who need care for all of us, is not just a matter of “concern”, but we appreciate the initiative. Meanwhile, State Department spokeswoman Jelina Porter said she had received credible reports that TNG was targeting Eritrean refugees, and called for an immediate end to the attacks. In particular, Samantha Power, the director general of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), said the invasion of Amhara and Afar regions had displaced hundreds of thousands of innocent people and urged them to leave the region immediately. They criticized the invasion as prolonging the suffering of Ethiopians.

However, human rights organizations must publicly condemn the terrorist forces by issuing a one-day statement stating that “humanity” is a fundamental principle of concern for the oppressed.

Ethiopians have been exposing the fact that the terrorist group is using the aid provided by aid agencies to feed itself. It should be noted that it is our small duty to appeal to the aid agencies that we have been working with when we handcuffed the invaders to provide food aid to the people of Tigray. Nevertheless, we would like to point out that aid agencies and other international organizations are not doing enough to expose this stigma.
Similarly, the Agency for Refugees and Refugees (UNHCR) has exposed to the international community that it is using ambulances and infrastructure, including health facilities designed for humanitarian use.

In this regard, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to those who have made this issue known on social media, especially on Twitter, and for their contribution in exposing this atrocity.
As Ethiopians, we, the founders of other international organizations, including the UN, have historical and good relations with these institutions. Institutions must reaffirm their commitment to the goals and commitments of the terrorist organization.

The Amhara National Regional State, in conjunction with the Federal Government, has been acknowledging the crimes committed by the TPLF and its affiliates with the federal government. We are pleased that we have seen some changes in some areas in the recent past, but we call on them to stand up for the truth and fight the terrorists, the invaders, the terrorists, the terrorists, the terrorists, the terrorists, the terrorists, the terrorists, the terrorists.