A senior Eritrean Government composed of the Foreign Minister, Mr. Saleh Osman, and Mr. Yemane Ghebreab, Head of PFDJ Political Affairs, participated at the Valletta Summit on Migration that was held from 11-12 November this week.
In his address to the Summit, Mr. Saleh Osman stated that the “issue of migration has featured prominently on the joint agenda of Africa and Europe” The Valetta Summit was quite different from previous gatherings “as there is now a palpable sense of urgency and determination both in Africa and Europe, a greater understanding on the pressing need for a genuine partnership to address the vital, complex and multi-faceted challenges of migration”, the Foreign Minister underlined. Continue reading Eritrea Participates at the EU-Africa Summit on Migration→
Addressing the General Assembly yesterday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea, H.E. Osman Saleh, focused on bolstering his country’s socioeconomic and also emphasized the need to revitalize the United Nations to create a more agile, democratic and equitable multilateral system.
The Eritrea government has once again stepped up the push for lifting of United Nations sanctions imposed on to the nation since 2009.
At the ongoing UN General Assembly meeting in New York, the Eritrean minister of foreign affairs, H.E. Osman Saleh, said the sanctions were politically-motivated, unjust and would have negative implications on the socio-economic welfare of the population.
Eritrean Foreign Minister, Osman Saleh, on Monday called on the United Nations Human Rights Council to unequivocally terminate both the Country-Specific Resolution and Country Mandate holder on Eritrea in order for the Council focus on strengthening engagement, dialogue and institutional linkage with Eritrea under the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) framework that he described it as timely and legitimate.