November 5, 2012

Assessment of EPLF’s experience in the period...

Assessment of EPLF’s experience in the period between its 1st and 2nd Congress (Part II)

by Yishak Yared | The third policy objective was arming the people. In many regions, village and district people’s militia were formed. These have not only been defending their institutions and revolutionary gains, but they have also confronted the enemy’s military offensives and campaigns in conjunction with regional and regular units of the People’s Army. Read more

November 2, 2012

Assessment of EPLF’s experience in the period...

Assessment of EPLF’s experience in the period between its 1st and 2nd Congress (Part I)

by Yishak Yared | The EPLF’s mission is the realization of the Eritrean people’s right to self determination and independence. This was reaffirmed in clear terms in its national democratic program adopted at its first congress. Read more

June 30, 2012

The Second and Unity – Congress and its...

The Second and Unity
Congress and its outcome

by Yishak Yared | We have tried to see that after the First Congress the EPLF has been engaged for ten years in continuous struggle with the enemy. That had been an obstacle for it to conduct the Second Congress on the schedule time. It got the chance to conduct preparations for the congress in 1986 for it was free from the pressure it had. Read more

May 20, 2012

EPLF’s Last Journey: From Afabet to Asmara via...

EPLF’s Last Journey: From Afabet to Asmara via Massawa in Three Years

by Kidane Eyob – Eritrea won its independence militarily against all the odds, thanks to the gallant EPLF fighters and following a referendum, its independence was legally recognised by the International Community against the wishes of its enemies, thanks to the wisdom of the EPLF leadership. Read more

February 17, 2012

The meeting between EPLF and Sagem

The meeting between EPLF and Sagem

by Winta Woldeyesus | The vigorous efforts made for unity with ELF’s central committee leadership was registering satisfactory outcome. Both fronts conducted extensive discussions on the objective situation in the field. They further agreed on that the Jeddah Agreement is initiated by external forces for their own benefit and both fronts opposed the agreement. They reach to an understanding point on working together. Read more

Press Statement on US Travel Ban

Discussion forum by Eritrean and Sudanese...

Urge for enhanced awareness on Coronavirus

Heads of State and Government Meeting Between...

Activities by Eritrean nationals in Diaspora

Embassy of China in Eritrea celebrated Chinese New...