June 30, 2020

Announcement from the Ministry of Health

Announcement from the Ministry of Health

12 patients were diagnosed positive for COVID 19 in tests carried out in Quarantine Centers in Southern Region and Northern Red Sea Region today. The five patients in the Southern Region (4 in the environs of Forto/Senafe and 1 in Enda Giorghis) were recent returnees from Ethiopia while the seven patients in Northern Red Sea Region (4 in the environs of Karora, 2 in Mai Himet and 1in Nakfa) returned from Sudan in the past weeks.

In spite of the ban on people’s movements in the region as a whole, influx of our nationals to the country from Ethiopia, Sudan, Djibouti and Yemen through irregular land and sea routes continues to-date. On the other hand, 3 patients have recovered fully and were released from the hospital in Asmara today. Read more

June 29, 2020

Contribution to bolster National Fund

Contribution to bolster National Fund

Asmara 29 June 2020- Contribution by nationals inside the country and abroad to the effort to combat the spread of corona virus is continuing.According to the Eritrean Consulate General in Australia, Eritrean nationals in Melbourne contributed additional 10 thousand Australia Dollars and Eritrean community in Brisbane in connection with Martyrs Day contributed 4 thousand and 870 Australia Dollars.

Likewise, the Melbourne branch of the National Union of Eritrean Women, ‘Sinit’ association and Mr. Sebhatleab and his wife Ms. Ghidei Haile assumed the responsibility of supporting families of martyrs.Similarly, small businesses and cooperative associations in the Southern and Central regions contributed a total of 10 thousand and 585 Nakfa. Read more

June 27, 2020

President Isaias Afwerki returned home concluding...

President Isaias Afwerki returned home concluding working visit to Sudan

Asmara, 27 June 2020- President Isaias Afwerki returned home today, at noon, concluding three-day working visit to the Sudan on invitation of Gen. Abdel Fatah al Burhan, President of the Sudanese Sovereign Council.

During his three-day visit, President Isaias Afwerki held extensive discussions with Gen. Abdel Fatah al Burhan and Prime Minister Mr. Abdullah Hamdok on strengthening bilateral relations and regional issues of interest to the two countries.

The leaders also discussed on the new political developments in the Sudan and the region and reviewed the progress of the cooperative agreement reached between the two countries and the framework of regional cooperation. Read more

Announcement from the Ministry of Health

Announcement from the Ministry of Health

Twenty four (24) patients were diagnosed positive for COVID-19 in extensive tests carried out today for the second and last large batch of nationals who returned from Sudan recently and were put in Quarantine Centers in the environs of Adibara; Gash Barka Region. In spite of the ban on people’s movements in the region as a whole, influx of our nationals to the country from Ethiopia, Sudan, Djibouti and Yemen through irregular land and sea routes continues to-date. The total number of confirmed cases in the county has now risen to 191. 53 of these have recovered fully and were released from hospital while the remaining 138 are receiving necessary medical treatment.

Ministry of Health
Asmara, 27 June 2020

June 25, 2020

President Isaias Afwerki on a working visit to...

President Isaias Afwerki on a working visit to Sudan

Asmara, 25 June 2020 –  On the invitation of Sudan’s President of Sovereign Council, Gen. Abdel Fatah al Burhan, President Isaias Afwerki departed to Khartoum at 10:00 a.m. this morning for three-day working visit. Presidential delegation includes Foreign Minister Mr. Osman Saleh and Pre. Adviser Mr. Yemane Gebreab.
President Isaias Afwerki’s current visit to the Sudan will focus on enhancement of bilateral ties as well as consolidation of ongoing endeavours for regional cooperation and integration.

Eritrean nationals commemorate Martyrs Day

Contribution to bolster National Fund

Contribution to fight COVID-19 pandemic

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Guidelines from the High Level Task Force on...

Guidelines from the High Level Task Force on...