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Embassy in London Rejects Claims Made by ‘APPG for Eritrea’ as Ignorant

The Embassy of the State of Eritrea unequivocally and categorically rejects the APPG on Eritrea’s claims that Tigray is facing threats from the Government of Eritrea.

“APPG for Eritrea” is really a misnomer. The inconsequential group is viscerally hostile to Eritrea. Its recent position is astounding for its clumsy arguments on the region & factual fallacies that it peddles.” – Eritrea’s Information Minister

The Rt. Hon Dominic Raab MP
Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs
King Charles Street

Whitehall

LondonSW1A 2AH

Monday, 9th November 2020
AO/NV/058/20

Dear Foreign Secretary,

The Embassy of the State of Eritrea to the Court of St. James’s presents its compliments to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and wishes to draw your attention to the letter dated 4 November 2020 from Kate Osamor MP, on behalf of the APPG on Eritrea. Continue reading Embassy in London Rejects Claims Made by ‘APPG for Eritrea’ as Ignorant

Analysis: The Algiers Peace Agreement

The UN Security Council as Guarantor to the Algiers Peace Agreement and the ensuing impact on the peace and security in the Horn of Africa

“No mechanisms to revisit the EEBC decision and the first step towards normalisation of relation with Eritrea is if Ethiopia unconditionally accept the final and binding nature of the Commission’s findings” – Lord Eric Avebury

By Ruby Sandhu,

This paper is dedicated to Lord Avebury, liberal Democrat and a Friend of Eritrea. He engaged with the British Government, MPs as well as the Eritrean and Ethiopian Governments on the failure of the Ethiopian Government to comply with the decision of the Eritrean Ethiopian Boundary Commission and the ensuing impact on the people of Eritrea and on peace and stability in the Horn of Africa.

During one of my meetings with him, he requested that I provide an overview of the current impasse. Sadly, I was unable to complete this task for him to review before he died peacefully at his London home on the 14th February 2016. Continue reading Analysis: The Algiers Peace Agreement