Ethiopians in Belgium and Luxembourg protest against EU decision
Ethiopian diaspora community in Belgium and Luxembourg protests against European Parliament resolution
The Ethiopian diaspora in Belgium and Luxembourg published a letter protesting against the unbalanced resolution issued by the European Parliament.
Welcoming the genuine concern and support of the EU in dealing with the humanitarian crisis in the affected regions, the community called on the parliament to carry out an objective and impartial assessment of the conflict.
The community called on parliament to hold the TPLF accountable for the attack on Ethiopia’s northern command in a preemptive strike that sparked the conflict we are witnessing today.
As part of its pledge to tarnish Ethiopia’s image, the group devised a plan to hamper aid to the Tigray region at the cost of innocent lives, they said.
The community urged parliament to pay attention to the plight of residents of Afar and Amhara regions who are suffering deliberate attacks on their lives and property by the TPLF.
They also urged the European Parliament to take note of the misdeeds of some aid agencies who have falsified data to influence political decisions against the interests of the Ethiopian people and government.
Although parliament released the resolution yesterday, the community sent the letter to parliament urging it to consider critical issues regarding the conflict in the northern part of the country.
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