World Health Organization(WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus spoke Monday of his "personal pain" over the "worsening" conflict raging in his home country of Ethiopia.
Tedros, the world's highest-profile Tigrayan, told Monday's press conference that he had many relatives in the troubled region, "including my younger brother, and I don't know where they are."
"I have not communicated with them because communication is not there." addition to COVID, 2020 has been very difficult for me because my country is in trouble," Tedros told reporters in the U.N. health agency's last
- Ethiopian News