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Eritrea Victim of Huge Propaganda War: EU Diplomat

Not that Eritrea seeking validation from Denmark but ... A lie has speed, but truth has endurance.
Not that Eritrea seeking validation from Denmark but their effort to seek the truth without failing for prevailing narratives is highly commendable. A lie has speed, but truth has the endurance.

By Madote,

DURING their three week fact finding investigative mission in Eritrea to witness the human rights situation in the country, the Danish Immigration Service (DIS) interviewed NGOs, International organizations, UN agencies and Western diplomats.

Based on their interviews with these aforementioned groups and individuals, the Danish team discovered that what human rights organizations in the West have been reporting about Eritrea are more often than not, an exaggeration or were simply a made up.

Emphasizing this point, a regional NGO based in Asmara informed the Danish group that “the information in human rights reports about ill-treatment in the National Service are more often than not exaggerated.” Continue reading Eritrea Victim of Huge Propaganda War: EU Diplomat

After Major Fact Finding Mission, Denmark Tightens Restrictions on Eritreans

The Danish Immigration Service spent three weeks in Eritrea on a fact finding mission. The delegation, therefore, concludes that ” The main reasons for the Eritrean youth migrations are the prolonged National Service, the social and economic situation in the country including the prospects for a better life in Europe or a combination of both.” In other words, not becuase of Human Right issues in the country. Period!

By The Local,

A MASSIVE increase in refugees from Eritrea earlier this year led Denmark to put a halt to asylum for Eritreans until the Danish Immigration Service (Udlændingestyrelsen) could evaluate the reason for the sharp uptick.

The results of the Immigration Service’s investigation have now been delivered to the Justice Ministry and Eritreans will once again be eligible for asylum in Denmark – but under much tougher criteria than before. Continue reading After Major Fact Finding Mission, Denmark Tightens Restrictions on Eritreans