November 30, 2011

President Isaias receives message from...

Asmara, 30 November 2011 – President Isaias Afwerki today received a message from the Chairman of the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC), Mr. Mustafa Abdul Jalil.

In his message, he asserted that the Libyan National Transitional Council has a strong desire to develop the brotherly relations between the people of Eritrea and Libya. Read more

Somalia: ‘Ethiopian Entrance in...

Mogadishu — Some of the parliament members for the Transitional Federal government of Somalia on Sunday strongly condemned its hardest words the Ethiopian army incursion into Somalia

After meeting in Mogadishu on Sunday, some of the Somali lawmakers opposed greatly the recent Ethiopian troops with tanks and heavy weapons who were reported to have crossed into some parts of the central region in the horn of Africa war torn country. Read more

November 29, 2011

Integrated effort vital for effective...

Assab, 29 November 2011- During an inspection tour he conducted in South Denkalia, Mr. Ali Mahmoud, Administrator of Southern Red Sea region, said that integrated popular efforts is vital for the success of national development programs.

In the course of his visit to water project put in place in Debaysi Administrative area, he indicated that the project would play vital role in the regrouping villages, and improving the living standard of the inhabitants. Read more

Third Eritrean community festival in...

Asmara, 29 November 2011- The third Eritrean community festival in Qatar was conducted from 24 to 25 November featuring different activities.

Mr. Zemehret Yohannes, Head of Research and Documentation at the PFDJ, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Culture and Arts of Qatar, Diplomats accredited to Qatar, journalists, and Qatari citizens attended the opening ceremony. Read more

Press Statement

Following the “irregular” IGAD summit in Addis Ababa on 25 November 2011, it is said that the organization subsequently issued a baseless statement incriminating Eritrea as usual with an outright lie that lacks any evidence whatsoever. Moreover, the statement lauded Kenya’s invasion of Somalia and called for the Ethiopian government to ‘reinforce’ the invasion. Read more

Press Statement – EU’s Baseless and Offensive...

The Journey for Equality By: Mikal Tesfay

Ministry of Agriculture Promotes Swine and Rabbit...

Fighting Harmful Traditional Practices

Eritrea’s delegation in Sudan

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