Ethiopia Briefs the situations of Amhara region to UN organizations

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ethiopia Briefed the situations of Amhara region to UN humanitarian organizations representatives.

Ethiopia briefed the current national issue to the representatives of the United Nations humanitarian institutions, who were stationed in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Minister of State for Political and Economic Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Mesganu Arga briefed the delegates on the current issue in Ethiopia, especially the humanitarian situation in the Amhara region.

In this way, he expressed the determination of the Ethiopian government to improve the overall humanitarian situation and accelerate the delivery of aid, including food, together with aid organizations.

Ambassador Misganu mentioned that the Amhara region is returning to its previous state.  He explained that in most places, a new regional administration has been established and basic services that were interrupted have been restarted.

The humanitarian organizations have been urged to monitor the situation in areas where immediate humanitarian aid is needed, especially food supply.

The representatives of the humanitarian organization said that it is necessary to restart the food aid to the people who need it most so that the war does not worsen the humanitarian situation.

The United Nations Human Rights Commission has recently reported that more than 180 people have been killed in fighting between government security forces and Fano militants in the Amhara region.

The European Union, African Union and other international organizations expressed their concern about the situation in the Amhara region and stressed that all parties resolve differences through dialogue.


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