Re: Legal and human rights protection for persons of Tigrayan origin especially in the security sector including the military, intelligence, and police arbitrarily and illegally detained by the Ethiopian Government…
The following memorandum document was sent by the government of Tigray to 60 different organizations and heads of governments. We publish it here as is, as part of Tghat’s effort…
Seb-Hidri Civil Society Tigray Statement on The United Nations Security Council's Paralysis and a Renewed Call to the Western Powers for AN Urgent Action to Stop an Ongoing Genocide on…
The parties request the UN Security Council to enforce Eritrean verifiable withdrawal, and independent investigation of crimes of atrocities in Tigray.
Excerpt from the 17th April, 2021 Address by Debretsion Gebremichael, President of Tigray.
The people of Tigray are on the verge of extinction; only tangible action by the likes of your office, not just concerns, could stave off the looming danger. We, therefore, call upon you to employ everything at your disposal to obviate otherwise inevitable atrocities, massacres, and mass starvation.
The illegitimate interim ‘government’ is an instrument in implementing the policy of invaders in starving the people of Tigray and other ill intentions. It is also busy working on how to remove the helpless people from the schools and avoid their presence to watchful eyes. It is evident that working with the invader and its surrogates in providing aid in Tigray is a futile exercise.
The National Regional State of Tigray has looked into the International Crisis Group’s recent report, entitled ‘Toward an end to Ethiopia’s Federal-Tigray feud’ with keen interest. We appreciate your concerns about the fast deteriorating political and security situation in the country and the proposed ways out of this crisis.
The pervasive danger of lawlessness and degradation of constitutional order currently afflicting our nation can only be resolved via an inclusive dialogue involving all relevant stakeholders; trying to solve this problem through force and coercive pressures will only lead the country towards greater dangers
Thus, we would like to ask this respected organization to distance itself from a joint investigation with the EHRC and continue to insist for a full, independent and international investigation of the crimes committed in Tigray.