Woyanne receives $755 million from its international backers for a job well done of torturing, raping and murdering of Ethiopians and Somalis.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) –
Ethiopia The Woyanne beggar regime secured a total $755 million in development loans and grants from its international donors in the last six months, the finance ministry said on Tuesday.
The government also had debts worth $94 million written off, a statement by the ministry said.
“The $755 million fund secured from
Ethiopia’s Woyanne’s development partners will be used to accelerate agricultural development, hydropower generation, health, education and sanitation including development of portable water in rural areas,” the statement said.
Getachew Admasu, the ministry’s head of public relations said that $414.2 million of the amount was in loans, while the rest was grants.
China, India, the Netherlands, the European Union and the U.N. development agency were among those that advanced loans for development, he said.
Institutions such as the International Monetary Fund, the African Development Bank and the European Investment Bank gave grants and also cancelled debt, he said.
(Reporting by Tsegaye Tadesse; editing by Tony Austin)