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Int’l Community Urged to Pressurize Terrorist TPLF to Lift Blockade of Afar Corridor


Addis Ababa August 3/2021 (ENA) The worldwide neighborhood has been urged to pressurize the terrorist group TPLF with the intention to cease its effort to blockade humanitarian help from getting into the area.

Nationwide Catastrophe and Threat Administration Commissioner (NDRMC) Mitaku Kassa advised ENA that the depraved effort of the junta to cease humanitarian help from reaching the needy folks of Tigray  ought to be uncovered by the media and the worldwide neighborhood has to pressurize the group to permit the help to go via.

Based on him, the terrorist group has launched conflict on Afar area thus blocking the humanitarian hall that passes via Afar to Tigray by rejecting the unilateral ceasefire declared by the Ethiopian authorities.

The media must be expose such inhuman act and the worldwide neighborhood should  condemn and pressure the clique to cease attacking humanitarian corridors, the commissioner famous.

 The TPLF clique has clearly demonstrated to the world its cruelty to the folks of Tigray and that it’s a group which doesn’t care in regards to the demise and mishap of the folks, Mitaku said.

He recalled that the goal of the federal government in declaring unilateral ceasefire was to permit humanitarian help to inhabitants of the area and allow farmers to until their land.

On account of the assault launched by the terrorist group, 170 vehicles carrying help are pressured to cease for a very long time in Afar area, he revealed.

This being the actual fact on the bottom, the suggestion for the necessity to open one other hall by way of Sudan is unacceptable, the commissioner identified.

Commissioner Mitaku pressured that the strain being exerted by some Western international locations and their establishments for the necessity to open hall by way of Sudan will not be acceptable.


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