In May of 2000, Ethiopia waged the most destructive war of aggression against the people of Eritrea. After the war failed to accomplish Ethiopia’s goals of re-colonizing Eritrea by force or, place a puppet government, Ethiopia was forced to pen the Algiers Agreement in 2002 that laid the foundation to determine the final binding decision based on The Hague Courts ruling which ultimately decided the disputed border in favor of Eritrea.
At first, Ethiopian authorities applauded the decision. The then Foreign Minister Seyoum Mesfin lied, “All disputed areas have been given to Ethiopia,” and falsely claimed that the international tribunal at The Hague has decided that Badme, Zelambessa, Ayiga, Erobe, Alitena, Bada and others to be part of the Ethiopian sovereign territory. Continue reading Ethiopia’s No-Peace-No-War Strategy Against Eritrea Backfired→
With the passage of time, the minority regime in Ethiopia and its lackeys are hoping amnesia will set-in among the Eritrean population. They are hoping that the Eritrean people will somehow forget the fact that sovereign Eritrean territories continue to be illegally occupied today.
They are hoping that the passage of time will soften the desire to demarcate the blood-soaked international line between Eritrea and Ethiopia.
They are even hoping that the good-natured Eritrean people, who are often viewed as being naive and magnanimous by their southern neighbors [Ethiopia], will forget the reprehensible and inhumane way the TPLF regime conducted itself during the 1998-2000 war: Continue reading We May Forgive but Never Forget→