The UN Deputy Secretary-General Mark Lowcock condemned the “atrocities” committed by the Eritrean Defence Forces in particular.
“The humanitarian crisis has worsened” The organization’s Deputy Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Mark Lowcock, told the UN Security Council on Thursday, April 15 that the first case of a person who died of starvation in the Tigri region of Ethiopia.
In this field, “No evidence” Agence France-Presse said in its speech that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced at the end of March that he had not confirmed the withdrawal of the Eritrean army accused of abusing power. . This meeting is the first time in more than a month, and it is a request made by the United States. “Unfortunately, I have to say that neither the United Nations nor any humanitarian agencies with which we cooperate have seen evidence of evacuation from Eritrea.”, He clarified.
In a statement after the meeting, Linda Thomas Greenfield, US Ambassador to the United Nations, said “The Eritrean government should immediately withdraw its troops from Ethiopia”. “Reports of rape and other indescribable acts of cruel sexual violence continue to surface, shocking us”She added that she also called for departure from Tigri, an aboriginal in Aghara, who was also accused of abusing power.
“The conflict is not over and the situation has not improved. Without a ceasefire, this already serious humanitarian crisis will only worsen., Without a head Mark Lowcock (Mark Lowcock). I reiterate that the Eritrean Defence Force must stop the atrocities and withdraw. Declaring is not the same as doing this. “
“We heard reports that Eritrean soldiers are now wearing Ethiopian Defence Force uniforms., United Nations officials also said. And, regardless of uniforms or badges, aid workers continue to report that they are committing new atrocities by the Eritrean Defence Forces. But Eritreans are not the only actors. There are reports that the Amharic militia attacked and driven civilians out of the residents of western Tigri, and the authorities of the ethnic group restricted the access of these people. “