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EU considers freezing aid to Ethiopia over Tigray conflict


The EU is considering freezing an €90 million budgetary support to Ethiopia after it launched an attack against rebels in the northern Tigray region last month.

“The EU will take further decisions on budget support for Ethiopia in light of developments on the ground and based on a specific request by the government,” a spokesperson for the European Commission, told Bloomberg. She added that “no decision has been made yet as to a potential €90 million budget support measure before the end of t…

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