Several embassies are concerned about the recent violence, civilian casualties, and instability in the Amhara region, especially the Ethiopian office of the European Union.
The European Union delegation in Ethiopia, along with the embassies of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Romania, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden, released a joint statement on the situation in the Amhara region. They declared something.
In their statement, they expressed their concern about the violence, civilian fatalities, and regional destabilisation. They pleaded on all sides to safeguard civilians, provide ongoing, complete, and secure humanitarian access to the affected populations, and allow foreign nationals to leave the conflict area safely.
They also promoted cooperation to end violence as the peace agreement’s implementation moved forward, prevent the conflict from spreading to other parts of the country, and settle difficult issues through peaceful dialogue.
Furthermore, it was highlighted that the international community would keep helping Ethiopians achieve their common long-term goal of stability.