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Has the time Come for Eritrea to Join the Arab League as a Full-member?

May be time for Eritrea to be full member of the Arab League
Not being a member of a supportive regional organization has been a clear disadvantage for Eritrea thus far. Could a full membership in the Arab League be worth the shot?

BY BEREKET KIDANE

Since 2003, Eritrea has been an observer state at the Arab League, headquartered in Cairo.  But has the time come for Eritrea to upgrade its observer status to a full-member at the Arab League?  The Arab League is a regional organization with 22 members at present.  All of Eritrea’s neighbors on the African Red Sea coast, including Djibouti, Sudan, and Somalia are full members of the regional organization.  As an observer at the Arab League, Eritrea can go to some of the meetings but not all. Continue reading Has the time Come for Eritrea to Join the Arab League as a Full-member?

Mohammed Bin Zayed Receives Eritrea President

President Isaias Afwerki is on a work visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE)

By Emirates News Agency,

HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces today in the House of Prince Palace receives Excellency President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea, who is currently visiting the country.

And His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed welcomed Eritrean President and discussed with him the friendship and cooperation relations between the United Arab Emirates, the State of Eritrea and ways of developing them to serve the common interests of the two friendly peoples and countries. Continue reading Mohammed Bin Zayed Receives Eritrea President

2015: The Year Anti-Eritrea Forces Go Bankrupt

Most of all the year 2015 will be remembered as the year when anti-Eritrean forces declared for bankruptcy liquidation. If the fat lady has sung yet, she is on her way to the microphone.

By Bereket Kidane,

As 2015 comes to an end, let’s look back at the dynamic year that it was for Eritrea. Among other things, 2015 will be remembered as the year that saw anti-Eritrea forces go bankrupt.

The year was dominated by significant sports achievements by Eritrean athletes. Eritrean cyclists made history at the Criterium du Dauphine and Tour de France where they conquered the French Alps and made history by being the first Africans to ever compete in Le Tour, the most prestigious of the Grand Tours of cycling. Continue reading 2015: The Year Anti-Eritrea Forces Go Bankrupt