The finding of the UN panel that it has, for its 4th consecutive mandate, not found any conclusive evidence of support provided by Eritrea to Al-Shabaab, is reason enough to make the panel’s proposed visit to Eritrea irrelevant.
The Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea has, for its fourth consecutive mandate, not found any conclusive evidence of support provided by Eritrea to Al-Shabaab.
BY SOMALIA ERITREA MONITORING GROUP
On behalf of the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 751 (1992) and 1907 (2009) concerning Somalia and Eritrea, and in accordance with paragraph 40 of Security Council resolution 2317 (2016), I, the Chair, have the honour to transmit herewith the report on Eritrea of the Monitoring Group. Continue reading No Eritrea Support to Al-Shabaab: UN Report→
The once venerable weekly magazine owned by the Washington Post Company suffered a precipitous decline and was sold to the digital news company International Business Times (IBT) in 2010.
Today, the iconic brand has lost both its reputation and reach and looks like it is more concerned about increasing page views, by producing sensationalized stories, than producing factual news reports. Just like its sister the IBT Times, Newsweek has been churning fake reports about Eritrea, with hopes of adding to its readership. Continue reading Newsweek: Fake, Fluff and Fiction→
The Security Council Extends Arms Embargoes on Somalia, Eritrea, Adopting Resolution 2317 (2016) by 10 Votes in Favour, with 5 Abstentions.
The UN Security Council extends on Thursday (10) its arms embargoes on Somalia and Eritrea, Adopting Resolution 2317 (2016) by a vote of 10 in favour, none against, and with 5 abstentions (Angola, China, Egypt, Russian Federation, Venezuela).
The Council also extended the mandate of the Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) until 15 December 2017, and urged the Government of Eritrea to facilitate the Group’s entry into that country.