Tag Archives: Red Sea Security

Eritrea’s Stance on the Security of the Red Sea

Eritrea once again reiterate its stance on the issue of Red Sea Security
Eritrea reiterates, once again, its commitment on the safety and security of the Red Sea.

BY MINISTRY OF INFORMATION | PRESS RELEASE

The geostrategic importance of the Red Sea is too palpable to merit extended elaboration. Global and regional developments in the past decades and current trends further accentuate the full ramifications of its importance. Continue reading Eritrea’s Stance on the Security of the Red Sea

Eritrean Navy Graduated 325 Cadets and Commanders

BY SHABAIT

The Eritrean Naval Force graduated 325 staff members today, 7 September. The one and half year training in which Commanders and staff members of the Eritrean Navy took part at the Dongolo Naval Force Training Center included human resources and material management, cartography and nautical chart, GPS and radar, marine safety and other related topics as well as Arabic and English languages. Continue reading Eritrean Navy Graduated 325 Cadets and Commanders

Eritrea, that Iron Alliance with Saudi Arabia

Deepening relation between Eritrea and Saudi Arabia are centered on: South Red Sea security, combating terrorism and trafficking, and confrontation of maritime threats.

BY AFRICA MAGAZINE*

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki met with General Fahad bin Turki Abdulaziz, the commander of Saudi Arabian troops in Yemen. The visit could be filed as a normal courtesy exchange between the two countries. Continue reading Eritrea, that Iron Alliance with Saudi Arabia

Eritrea Participates in Red Sea and Gulf of Aden States Conference

New political bloc is in the offing for Red Sea and Gulf of Aden coastal States. The more cooperation and coordination exist among these countries, the less negative outside influence on the region.

BY SHABAIT

Eritrea’s delegation, composed of Presidential Adviser Yemane Ghebreab and Hagos Ghebrehiwet, Head of PFDJ Economic Affairs, participated at the Meeting of High-Level Officials of Red Sea and Gulf of Aden that was convened in Riyadh from 21-22 April, 2019. Continue reading Eritrea Participates in Red Sea and Gulf of Aden States Conference

Landlocked Ethiopia Charts a Course for a Navy

The building of a capable navy will be an expensive and long-term endeavor for Ethiopia.

BY STRATFOR

As Ethiopia’s leaders push for the country to become a significant international trade player, Addis Ababa will need to protect its trade routes in the years ahead — something that necessitates a maritime presence. Continue reading Landlocked Ethiopia Charts a Course for a Navy