President Isaias Afwerki and Omar Hassan Al-Beshir asserted that Eritrean-Sudanese relations has entered a new phase both in depth and vitality.
The two leaders made the statement at a meeting they held today in the port city of Massawa focusing on bilateral ties and regional developments. They further pointed out that the latest visit demonstrates the fact that the trust between the two countries has attained a higher stage, thus attesting that the bilateral relations is growing to exemplary level, besides proving the similarity of both states’ understanding and assessment as regards regional issues.
By: Berhane Woldu The view outside my window included wild birds and cats roaming near the hotel, a majestic caravan of camels marching by the beach, an empty plain sand beach that extended to the rugged coast, and 3,000 kilometers of open sea that separated me from Asia. This is the city of Massawa; “Pearl of the Red Sea” located in the Northern red sea region of Eritrea. Travelers visiting Africa expect a crash course in tropical living. But in Massawa all one needs to do is book a room at the Gergousoum, an antique old hotel, and the most recent upgraded hotel by Massawa beach. Continue reading Eritrea: A Place To Visit→