December 5, 2011

ኤርትራ፣ ምስ ባይቶ...

ኤርትራ፣ ንዘለዋ ርትዓውን ሕጋውን መሰል ተጠቒማ ኣብ ባይቶ ጸጥታ ሕቡራት ሃገራት ብኣካል ተረኺባ ንኸይትላዘብ ሕቡራት መንግስታት ኣመሪካ ንእትገብሮ ዘላ ውዲታዊ ፈተነ ብትሪ ኰኒና።

ነዚ ብዝምልከት ሚኒስትሪ ጉዳያት ወጻኢ ኤርትራ ብ4 ታሕሳስ ኣብ ዘውጸኦ መግለጺ፣ እዚ ብኣመሪካ ተወሲዱ ዘሎ ስጕምቲ፣ ኣሽካዕላል ኣብ ልዕሊ ባይቶ ጸጥታን ኣገባባት ስርሑን ከምዝኾነ ብምጥቃስ፣ ኣባላት ባይቶ ጸጥታ ግቡእ ሓለፍነተን ብምስካም፣ ንተኣማንነት ባይቶ ጸጥታ ብምክልኻልን ብምጥባቕን ትርጉም ዘለዎ ተሳትፎ ኤርትራ ክውን ክገብራ ጸዊዑ።

ምሉእ ትሕዝቶ መግለጺ ሚኒስትሪ ጉዳያት ወጻኢ ኤርትራ ድሕሪ ዜና ክቐርብ’ዩ።

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December 3, 2011

Eritrea Requests Security Council to...

Eritrea has requested the United Nations Security Council for an alternative date for President Isaias’s address to the Council, citing the “extremely short notice” it was given as well as the need to make necessary travel arrangements. Read more

December 2, 2011

Press Statement

In the afternoon hours of Wednesday 30 November 2011, members of the UN Security Council were suddenly summoned and asked to immediately endorse a resolution drafted by Gabon and the United States designed to tighten sanctions resolution against Eritrea.

The ploy came as a surprise to the members of the Council. Whereas the Russian Ambassador to the UN, Mr. Vitaly Churkin, declared: “We were asked to approve the draft following a very sudden summons; we could not understand why in such a hectic manner.” Read more

November 29, 2011

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

November 12, 2011

Press Release

There are some quarters who try to imply the draft proposal that is being co­ sponsored and circulated by Gabon and Nigeria, requesting the UN Security Council to further a sanction against Eritrea, as being presented on behalf of Africa. This insinuation is entirely wrong and sheer deception. Read more

President Isaias Afwerki and Prime Minister Abiy...

President Isaias Afwerki left for Saudi Arabia

President Isaias met and held talks with Egyptian...

Roads connecting Eritrea and Ethiopia re-opened

President Mohammed Abdullahi concludes official...

Joint Declaration on Comprehensive Cooperation...