An institution where anyone who reveals TPLF secrets will fall victim to it
The United Nations Security Council has repeatedly called for an immediate end to hostilities in Ethiopia.
Countries with special interests at the meetings denounced the Ethiopian government as a sinner; Countries that understand the truth of Ethiopia have condemned the unjust and illegal pressure, saying that the Ethiopian issue should be left to Ethiopia.
Nevertheless, the UN Security Council and some Westerners have not stopped blaming the government for the TPLF’s atrocities in Ethiopia.
Despite the government’s repeated warnings, concerns, and expulsions of foreign powers, particularly those involved in internal affairs in the name of humanitarian assistance, the tendency to intervene is growing.
In particular, the expulsion of seven UN staff members, including the Secretary-General of the United Nations, has forced them to step up their efforts to intensify their efforts and accuse Ethiopia of false accusations.
This is evidenced by the recent interview with the head of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Addis Ababa.
In an interview, ENA reported that they have shown the true nature of the terrorist TPLF.
According to an AFP report, Maureen Acheing has received a letter from Ethiopia stating that she has been summoned. The main reason for this decision is that she gave an interview to Jeff Pierce, the author who is challenging the publication of various articles on Ethiopian truth. In the interview, he highlighted the truth of Ethiopia and publicly exposed the true nature of the terrorist TPLF.
He also described the group as corrupt and cruel. He recalled, for example, that the group had previously deported Tigrayans from Saudi Arabia to Rwanda. The group’s secrecy is not conducive to the forces that are falsely accusing Ethiopia.
Antonio Vitorino, Director General of the Agency for Refugees, said Acheing, the head of the agency in Ethiopia, did not represent the agency and said it violated its principles and values.
The agency’s regional director, Mohamed Abdikadir, also reinforced the director’s position. “We will do our job impartially,” he said, “but this is not the case.” We submit to principles and values while deciding that anyone who reveals the secrets of the terrorist TPLF is a victim. It implies that we are neutral.
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