UN fails to approve call to end Tigray violence

By EDITH M. LEDERER UNITED NATIONS (AP) — An try and get U.N. Safety Council approval for an announcement calling for an finish to violence in Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray area and to highlight the thousands and thousands in want of humanitarian help was dropped Friday evening after objections from India, Russia and particularly China, U.N. diplomats stated. Three council diplomats stated Eire, which drafted the assertion, determined to not push for approval after objections from the three international locations. The press assertion would have been the primary by the U.N.’s strongest physique on the Tigray disaster, which is getting into its fourth month.

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