Tigray Genocide Was Carried Out by Ethiopian and Eritrean Forces

 

Jijiga, rasaasa, Mar 21, 2021 – Eyes of the world have been captivated by reports along with sad images in the international media following the first entry into the Tigray region of international news agencies and aid agencies four months after the war. started.

On November 4, 2020, the Ethiopian government launched an offensive in the Tigray region, claiming to have attacked a federal military base in the Tigray region. At that time the state was cut off from public services such as; water, electricity and telecommunications were invaded by Ethiopian federal government forces, government-armed Ahmara militias and Eritrean troops.

The Ethiopian prime minister has repeatedly denied that Eritrean troops were involved in the ongoing fighting in Tigray region but satellite imagery and an Ethiopian military commander confirmed the presence of Eritrean troops in mid-January. At the moment, there is no need to prove the presence of Eritrean troops and that they have caused the most genocide in the region.

The massacre in Tigray region was covered by international television, which broadcast footage along with audio recordings of victims in the region. Nurses and doctors treating people indiscriminately described the horrific crimes committed against a large number of victims in hospitals.
Reports really indicate that war crimes have taken place in the Tigray region who regularly present shocking articles on the aftermath of the war.

A Security Council resolution was recently tabled to pressure the Ethiopian government for alleged abuses in the Tigray region, but China, Russia and India have rejected the resolution.
Rape of women, looting of hospitals, burning of places of worship, destruction of industries and slaughter of civilians in the region’s cities are evidence of a covert operation.

There are currently independent international investigations underway in Tigray, including Ethiopia, to determine the extent of the abuses in the region. Food and medical assistance is also being provided to more than 2 million people affected by the war.

Efforts are also under way to negotiate with the Abiy Ahmed government and the TPLF on how to end the fighting in the Tigray region. The talks are being pushed by the United States and the European Union.