Occupation is an international crime.

THE EEBC DECISION TEN YEARS LATER AND ETHIOPIA'S ILLEGAL OCCUPATION:
Occupation is an international crime.
By Eritrean Ngermany

According to Article 14 of the Algiers Agreements says:

"…The OAU [now the African Union] and the United Nations commit themselves to guarantee the respect for this commitment of the two Parties until the determination of the common border on the basis of pertinent colonial treaties and applicable international law…This guarantee shall be comprised of... measures to be taken by the international community should one or both of the Parties violate this commitment, including appropriate measures to be taken under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter by the UN Security Council..."

After 10 years of aggression and occupation, Eritreans around the world are calling for Ethiopia's unconditional withdrawal from sovereign Eritrean territories, including Badme. They are also calling on the UN Security Council (UNSC) to shoulder its moral and legal obligations by restoring Eritrea's sovereignty and territorial integrity by enforcing the EEBC's final and binding decisions. The UNSC must also annul and repeal the illegal, unfair and unjust US-engineered sanctions resolutions (1907, 2023), imposed against Eritrea and its people.

It is high time the Security Council annulled and repealed the unjust and illegal sanctions imposed against the State of Eritrea.