President Isaias Afwerki today received at the Denden Guest House the credentials of 11 Ambassadors.
The Ambassadors who submitted their credentials are: Mr. Aykut Kumbaroglu of Turkey, Mr.Yang Zigang of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Joff Otieno Makowenga of the Republic of Kenya, Mr. Raza Bashir Tarar of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Dr. Karin Boven of the Netherlands, Mr. James Kimonyo of the Republic of Rwanda, Mr. Lee Kiseong of the Republic of Korea [South], Mr. Amrit Lugun of India, Mr. Japhet Isaack of Namibia, Mr. Bard Hopland of the Kingdom of Norway and Mr. Ma Yong Hui of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea [North]. Continue reading President Isaias Receives Credentials of 11 Envoys→
The 13th YPFDJ conference, which was started on Thursday 13 April 2017 in the city of Veldhoven, in the Netherlands was ordered to discontinue and displace the venue. The decision made by the mayor and Dutch government was a violation of basic democratic rights of European citizens. Continue reading Shoot Shoot, I have a Bird to Catch→
The Young People’s Front for Democracy & Justice (YPFDJ), an Eritrean youth organisation in the Diaspora – will be holding its annual conference from 24th – 28th of March 2016 in Italy. This conference which is going to be the 12th consecutive Annual Conference in Europe, will be attended by 550 participants from YPFDJ Chapters around the world. Continue reading 12th Euro YPFDJ Conference to be Held in Italy→
ERITREA’S Independence came in 1991 when the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front’s (EPLF) army rolled into Asmara, the Eritrean capital, ending the 30-yr armed struggle for independence. Eritrea’s independence was accepted by the US led international community with great reluctance, and for the last 24 years, there have been several attempts to thwart Eritrea’s independence, violate her sovereignty and disrupt Eritrea’s nation building process. In addition to a sustained and concerted effort to distort the unparalleled history of the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (EPLF), now the Peoples Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) and misrepresenting Eritrea’s national identity-Eritreanism has come under relentless attack. Continue reading ERITREA: No Weapon Can Defeat a People Decided to be Free→