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The Economist in its YouTube broadcast entitled, "Could Ethiopia’s war in Tigray spark conflict with Sudan?" highlighted key issues regarding the border dispute between Ethiopia and the Sudan. The Economist, however, asserted that Alfashaga belongs to the Sudan. At one point in the video, it said, "In 2008 a landmark treaty was agreed, Alfashaga was recognized by both sides as…
31 May 2022
The Economist should desist from misinforming the public on the border dispute between Ethiopia and Sudan
The Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia had declared an indefinite humanitarian truce on March 24, 2022, in a bid to facilitate the delivery of much-needed humanitarian assistance in the Tigray Region. The World Food Program (WFP) has since managed to deliver over 400 trucks of much-needed food, nutrition, and fuel to the Tigray Region. On the other hand, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) delivered its fifth round…
27 May 2022
The International Community Needs to Denounce TPLF’s Belligerence and Provocation
It is to be recalled that the Government of Ethiopia has declared an indefinite humanitarian truce on March 24, 2022, to facilitate the delivery of much-needed humanitarian assistance in the Tigray Region. This has also demonstrated the government’s commitment to peace and its readiness to resolve the conflict in a sustainable way. Ever since the declaration of the indefinite humanitarian…
23 May 2022
The Government of Ethiopia Scales up Humanitarian Assistance to the People in Tigray Region
Over the century, Ethiopia has endured acute political polarisation and divisions mainly due to the tendency of elites to resolve political disagreements through coercion rather than compromise. As such, the country’s elites have exhibited no semblance of a democratic political culture all throughout. They often resort to confrontational approaches to ensure their interests. Ethiopia has now embarked on an inclusive…
16 May 2022
Ethiopia’s National Dialogue, Key to ensure National Consensus
In respect of the existing humanitarian concern in the Tigray Region, the government had boldly vowed that it would not sit idle when the people of Tigray die hungry. As per that commitment, it declared an indefinite humanitarian truce a couple of weeks ago. This is hoped to clear the misplaced accusations over deliberate humanitarian blockade in Tigray. If the…
6 May 2022
The Declaration of an Indefinite Humanitarian Truce is a Demonstration of Government’s Commitment for Peace
The Government of Ethiopia in Coordination with Partners Continues to Deliver Humanitarian Assistance to those in Need in the Tigray Region In accordance with the government's directives to deliver humanitarian assistance to those in need in the Tigray Region, coordination was made with partners. A cluster arrangement which aimed at ensuring smooth humanitarian response to the most affected areas has…
21 Apr 2022
The Ethiopian government has taken initiatives to encourage the distribution of humanitarian aid to persons in need in Tigray. To this purpose, it has expanded the number of UN humanitarian flights and enhanced check-in processes to expedite the transfer of fuel and funds for relief payments. Humanitarian assistance has been delivered via ICRC, WHO, and European Union flights. The government…
1 Apr 2022
The Government of Ethiopia is Committed to Address the Humanitarian Needs of People in Tigray Region
The Government of Ethiopia Remains Committed to Resolve Differences Peacefully It is to be recalled that having chased the TPLF away from nearly all parts of the Amhara and Afar regions, the Federal government stopped its military advance into Tigray, giving once again peace another chance. Yet, the TPLF resumed provocation along the borders of these two regions. In its…
18 Mar 2022
The Government of Ethiopia Remains Committed to Resolve Differences Peacefully
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