January 26, 2018

Dutch action is unwarranted and unacceptable

Dutch action is unwarranted and unacceptable

On Tuesday last week, the Dutch Foreign Ministry expelled Eritrea’s Charge d’Affaires to the country, Mr. Tekheste Ghebremedhin, invoking untenable explanations for its unacceptable act. The letter that the Minister of Foreign Affairs sent to the Dutch Parliament on the case indeed illustrates the banality of the whole affair. Read more

August 28, 2016

Eritrea’s Foreign Minister holds talks with...

Eritrea’s Foreign Minister holds talks with Netherlands counterpart

Eritrea’s Foreign Minister holds talks with Netherlands counterpart

Eritrea’s foreign Minister, Mr. Osman Saleh, held talks on August 23 in The Hague with the Netherlands counterpart, Mr. Bert Koenders, regarding the establishment of diplomatic relations and other topics. In the meeting, Mr. Osman underlined that Eritrea believes and is working to develop constructive diplomatic engagement and mutual cooperation. Read more

November 21, 2012

Eritrean community members residing in Utrecht...

Eritrean community members residing in Utrecht city voice readiness to back up national development drive

Asmara, 21 November 2012 – Eritrean community members residing in Utrecht city, Holland, voiced readiness to back up the national development drive and demonstrate staunch resistance against enemy conspiracies. They made the pledge at a meeting in which they expressed appreciation for the development accomplishments being registered in the Homeland. Read more

February 14, 2012

Eritrean citizens residing in Rotterdam express...

Eritrean citizens residing in Rotterdam express readiness to reinforce national rebuff

Asmara, 14 February 2012 – In a rebuff meeting they conducted, Eritrean nationals residing in the Dutch city of Rotterdam and its environs expressed readiness to reinforce the national rebuff. They also voiced determination to make due contribution to the nation-building process. Read more

February 2, 2012

Eritrean nationals residing in Amsterdam...

Asmara, 31 January 2012- Eritrean nationals residing in Amsterdam and its environs, Holland, expressed readiness to reinforce the national rebuff and pledged to make due contribution to national development programs.

In a rebuff meeting the nationals conducted on January 29 under the theme “Our Rebuff Guarantees Our Success”, they condemned the US instigated unjust and illegal sanctions resolution and reiterated readiness to strengthen the national development drive. Read more

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رتريا أرض البحر الغضب العارم الفصل الثاني...

Statement By Mr. Nebil Said, Counsellor, Permanent...