Since July 12, 445 contracted non-WFP trucks have entered Tigray, however just 38 have returned, WFP representative Gemma Snowdon said in an assertion.
"Right now this is the essential obstruction to moving helpful guide into Tigray. We can't collect escorts of huge size because of absence of trucks," Snowdon said.
The TPLF, which ruled public legislative issues until Abiy came to control in 2018, said government powers and its partners dispatched a "organized assault" against it.
The 10-month war has killed large number of individuals and constrained multiple million to escape their homes. There have been horde reports of slaughters and barbarities, including assault and extrajudicial killings, and a huge number of individuals enduring starvation.
In July, after the TPLF had recovered the provincial capital of Mekelle and seized back the greater part of Tigray, its powers progressed into Afar and Amhara locales, denoting a development of the contention into beforehand immaculate regions. From that point forward, the public authority gauges that around 450,000 individuals have escaped battling in those two locales.