Wednesday, 18th November 2020
The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue is warning against the Ethiopian Regime’s Commission of Crimes of War and calls the Security Council to intervene to stop the Civil War in Ethiopia
The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue is warning against rise of human crisis in Tigray Region in Ethiopia after an aerial intensive shelling against it by the Ethiopian government in addition to the military operations against civilians of the region’s residents which reached to war of crimes and genocide against a minority. This came within the civil war launched by Abi Ahmed, the prime minister and who belongs to the Oromo and the winner of Nobel Peace Prize, against people of Tigray. In this civil war he used missiles and aerial shelling against civilians which yielded in hundreds of victims and migration of 27 thousands of the region’s residents towards the Sudanese borders.
In its statement today, the Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue calls the UN Security Council to hold an emergency meeting to discuss stopping civil war and rise of human crisis in Ethiopia in addition to prevent the governmental military ‘instrument’ from smashing civilians within the threats of Abi Ahmed today in regard to launching an expanded military attack during the coming hours. FDHRD also calls the Security Council to discuss and study deploying of peacekeeping forces in Tigray region to prevent military inhuman deep penetration against civilians.
Also the Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue has warned against the Ethiopian regime disregarding of all African and European mediations and interventions to cease fire and negotiate with the region’s leaders and its insistence on using military ‘instrument’ against civilians. In addition, FDHRD has expressed its worry and concern regarding the rise of migrants and the displaced crisis on the Sudanese borders and the increasing danger of being infected with coronavirus along with late medical and food aids. FDHRD calls the UN concerned bodies to launch an international campaign to help the Sudanese government in facing the increase of the escaped refugees from the civil war in Ethiopia.