Brussels, 26 November 2021 (TDI): European Union (EU) is deeply worried about the safety of citizens of members states and is keenly observing the fast-evolving situation in Ethiopia. 

Josep Borrell Fontelles, the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, showed concerns about the conflict in Ethiopia. Tigray region condition in Ethiopia is like civil war. 

EU emphasized ceasefire at the frontlines of war to reinstate peace. The Ethiopians must strive and search for peaceful solutions. The condition of the Tigray region in Ethiopia is experiencing violence and conflict.

The EU member states are worried about their citizens. 

The Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed’s government is trying to normalize the situation. Tigray region is in the north of Ethiopia. The conflict has destroyed the peaceful condition in the second most populous nation of Africa. 

Tigray Conflict of Ethiopia

The conflict of Tigray started a year ago. Ethiopian government deployed troops to the Tigray region to reinstate stability and stop the Tigray People Liberation Front -TPLF from inciting violence.

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The TPLF has jeopardized national politics for almost three decades.

Consequently, thousands of people were injured, displaced, or lost their lives.  

TPLF aims to control the capital city, Addis Ababa. The situation in Ethiopia is deteriorating day by day. The extrajudicial killings of civilians in Ethiopia have generated alarm amongst the international community. 

International Community

Despite various efforts by the international community, there hasn’t been any solution nor the negotiations to end the fight have been successful. US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken warned that the conflict could have a disastrous impact. 

The European Union is worried about its member states’ citizens in Ethiopia. EU wants to ensure the safety and security of all citizens. United Nations and Humanitarian Aid International Organizations already urged for the ceasefire and cessation of the extrajudicial killing of people.