Remarks by H.E. Mr. Osman Saleh,
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Eritrea
at the African Union Regional Conference on Human Trafficking and Smuggling in the horn of Africa, 16 October 2014 – Khartoum, Republic of Sudan
Eritrea wholeheartedly welcomes the convening of this meeting keenly aware that this is but the latest in a long series of forums organized to address the critical issue of migration and the crime of human trafficking, which is affecting millions of people and nations throughout the world. Previous gatherings have patently failed to stem the tide of illegal migration or constrain the human traffickers. Read more
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by Kesete Ghebrehiwet | There have, of course, been a number of sites that harbor Eritrea’s natural treasures. Such wealth has by far been discovered in the post independence period. Bisha mining has become a key which opened the gate to the country’s natural resources. Zara mining which is nearing to start production has also become the next gold mine. Asmara Mining Project which covers mine sites in Dubarwa, Adi-Nfas, and Embaderho has ensured the sustainability of Eritrea’s booming mining industry.
Resignation of Dinesh Mahtani-Another Irreparable Blow to the Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group’s Credibility & Integrity
H.E. Osman Saleh, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Eritrea, in his Statement at the 69th Session if the UN General Assembly said that, while the world had changed, the United Nations had remained “stuck in the past”. Restoring the relevance and credibility of the United Nations to meet the challenges of the 21st Century called fundamental restructuring the Organization. Eritrea’s perspective was informed by its history… Read more