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Eritrean Embassy in Ethiopia Reopened

The opening of the embassy was the culmination of President Isaias Afwerki’s three-day visit to Ethiopia, his first to the country in 22 years.

BY TESFANEWS *

Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed re-opened the Eritrean embassy in the capital Addis Ababa, a week after signing a joint declaration of peace and friendship and agreeing to resume flights, open embassies and develop ports together. Continue reading Eritrean Embassy in Ethiopia Reopened

Eritrean “Opposition” Turn to Violence Seeking Attention

EYSC thug member arrested by D.C. police for attempting to vandalize the Eritrean Embassy (29 September 2013)

By Semere A.,

When people mention Eritrean opposition groups, for most Eritreans and neutral observers, the Ethiopian regime quickly comes to mind. Yet, even with the support of TPLF, Eritrean opposition groups remain highly fragmented along regional, ethnic, religious, and ideological parameters. Because of their numerous divisions and alarming ties with Addis Ababa, they have failed to gain any real support from Eritreans.

Despite their differences, one area the opposition has thrived in is the internet. The Digital Age has provided them an opportunity to stay visible, even as their followers in the real world continue to dwindle. One group that has seized this opportunity is the Eritrean Youth Solidarity for Change (EYSC).  Continue reading Eritrean “Opposition” Turn to Violence Seeking Attention

Three Anti-Peace Hooligans Found Guilty by Oakland Supreme Judge

The only entity that violates our Embassy Sovereignty was Ethiopia back in 1998. Today, they want to repeat the same through their proxy hired guns and sell outs. Enough is Enough!

By TesfaNews,

Reports from the Eritrean Community Cultural Civic Center (ECCCC) of Bay Area in Oakland indicates that the Supreme Court has finally issued the long awaited verdict on the leading three anti-peace elements as guilty.

The preceding  was followed after the ECCCC formally sued the three hooligans in a civilian court soon after they destroyed its property, under the cover of night, with out due regards to the rule of law and respect to a private property.

Though they tend to deny any wrong doings throughout the proceedings while under oath,  they couldn’t hide anymore behind their handlers skirt after a compelling evidence extracted from the center’s security cameras finally presented in their face.  Continue reading Three Anti-Peace Hooligans Found Guilty by Oakland Supreme Judge

Eritrea opens its Embassy in South Sudan after giving its official recognition

Eritrea and South Sudan begins formal diplomatic relations

By Shabait.com,

Eritrea has officially recognized the Republic of South Sudan as an independent and sovereign state.

Accordingly, the two countries signed an agreement in Juba city to exchange Ambassadors. The agreement was singed by Foreign Minister Osman Saleh on the Eritrean side and Mr. Deng Alor Kuol, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation on the side of the Republic of South Sudan. It is to recalled that the Republic of South Sudan was declared on 9 July 2011. Continue reading Eritrea opens its Embassy in South Sudan after giving its official recognition