An estimated 4.5 million people have been affected due to the attacks in Amhara and Afar regions due to conflicts with Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) following the Ethiopian government\u2019s decision for a unilateral ceasefire. More than 550 thousand people have recently been displaced from their homes, in addition to those already in the camps as a result of TPLF\u2019s desire to expand its attacks on neighboring regions. The fact that this type of destruction continues to block access to aid in various parts of the country shows that it is fighting to the death to attract the attention of the international community.\u00a0 Ministry of peace, HE Muffrihat Kamil, met with representatives of the United Nations and other international organizations involved in the coordination and delivery of humanitarian assistance in the northern part of the country. She stated that "support is provided by the united nations and other international humanitarian organizations in Amhara and Afar regions is currently extremely low and needs to be boosted. " it is imperative for the organizations to expand support to the two regions in accordance with the spirit of their establishment and the duties they are entrusted with. Like the Tigray region, the people in Amhara and Afar region are victims of injuries, displacement, and destroyed infrastructures. Humanitarian assistance is a service that should be provided to any victim in need without any preconditions. The Minister urged the international humanitarian organizations to pay equal attention and put in as much effort to the humanitarian crises in the Amhara and Afar region as much as their efforts in the Tigray region. She has also underlined the need to make it clear to the international community that TPLF is using famine as a weapon by deliberately obstructing aid and blocking humanitarian aid corridors.\u00a0 \u00a0The trucks carrying aid to the Tigray region have not returned within the outlined timeframe and that the responsible humanitarian organizations should have the tracks return to the center immediately debrief on the situation. Currently, the government is giving priority to the areas of the Northern Wollo, Waghamra, and North Gondar areas that need special attention and has set up emergency coordination centers in Bahir Dar, Dessie, North Gondar, and Semera in Afar Region with experts assigned to ensure humanitarian assistance. Through efforts by the Ministry and National Disaster Risk Management Commission, a small number of humanitarian organizations that were not previously operating in the region have entered and started distributing aid, In some parts of North Wollo, there has been distributed to some extent to those displaced from North Wollo, as well as in areas previously liberated in Wag Hamra Zone, and it is estimated that daily immediate assistance is being distributed to those displaced from various areas in Wag Hamra zone. The representative of the United Nations and other international organizations have reaffirmed that the concerns raised are valid and that they will work together with Federal and Regional centers in the northern part of the country to develop a common plan for consistent and coordinated humanitarian assistance. The Minister stressed the need for all humanitarian organizations to stand by the government and work together more than ever to assist all people affected by and internally displaced due to the current situation.