In mid-November, the first trucks entered Tigray to deliver medicine. Until this delivery, no aid had arrived by road since the end of August
The Missionary declares that "It is absurd to have sustained such a bloody war with so many crimes against humanity and war crimes, including genocide"
"With more freedom and comfort, but with almost the same difficulties to find out what happens within our 'four walls and outside them’”
He states that a decisive meeting is already scheduled between the parties to reach a peace agreement, otherwise everything will be decided on the military fronts
Angel Olaran writes that the people of Wukro do not last long the "celebration" of the entry of 2015 and "forget" the war conflict
Angel Olaran comments on the last days of the year and Tigray demands to accept mediation in the conflict
The missionary explains in this publication what he eats every day in order to carry out his humanitarian task in Wukro, Tigray
The Basque missionary echoes the struggles on the fronts and the bombings suffered by Mekelle, the capital of Tigray
HRW Executive Director writes about Tigray’s humanitarian aid strangulation and wonders what needs to be done
The Basque missionary thinks that the UN commitment to Tigray is only limited to words while "claim to carry the weight of the World"