Even though the so-called opposition are spreading exaggerated news that “flood of leaflets” are found scattered across Eritrea, but those numbers of leaflets found thrown on the street, and few posted on poles were put by Ethiopians from Tigray who support the TPLF and came to Eritrea as traders, in association with traitors from Eritrea and financed by TPLF. Continue reading TPLF Working to Destabilize Eritrea→
It is disappointing to find Dr. Tanja Müller, a relatively respected researcher on Horn of Africa affairs, comfortably regurgitating tired diatribes stitched together with unverifiable conversations that took place in Mekele, Ethiopia, around coffee shops and in taxis, to frame a piteous article published earlier this week on the World Politics Review website. Continue reading The Peace with Ethiopia is just that: Peace with Ethiopia→
Citing aSudanese Minister at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SUNA reported on Friday that Sudan agreed to supply neighbouring Eritrea with electricity and fuel.
State Minister Mohammed Obeid Allah reportedly saida joint meeting between President Al-Bashir and his visiting counterpart President Afwerki discussed and agreed on on a number of joint economic and security projects particularly on linking Eritrea with electricity supply besides the possibility of providing Eritrea with fuel.
FOLLOWING the November agreement that was reached between President Omer Al Bashir and President Isaias Afwerki at the Red Sea State of Port Sudan, the Sudanese Minister of Trade, Mr. Osman Omer Al Sharif today issued a Ministerial decision on the resumption of all cross-border trades with Eritrea, and directed all competent authorities to implement the decision effective immediately.