The burden of proving guilt. The use of Eritrea’s land, waters and airspace by other countries to conduct military operations in a third state is NOT a sanctions violation as long as the external support for the construction of the military installations, such as the provision of technical assistance, training, financial and other assistance, doesn’t benefit the Eritrean military directly. UN unable to prove that yet.
| Reuters, Michelle Nichols
United Nations sanctions monitors warned in an annual report released on Friday that foreign support for a new military base and seaport in Eritrea and the presence of foreign weapons and equipment were possible in violation of an arms embargo. likely
The monitors told the U.N. Security Council last year that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates had established a military presence in Eritrea as part of the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, which lies just 40 km (25 miles) across the Red Sea from the poor Horn of Africa nation.
Continue reading Foreign Help Building Eritrea Bases NOT Violation Unless Benefits Eritrean Military: UN
NO EVIDENCE OF ERITREA SUPPORT TO AL-SHABAAB. OK! If the initial and principal allegation of supporting Al-Shabaab become disproved and if Eritrea still maintains its commitment to the Qatari mediation with Djibouti, then what is the justifications to continue the sanctions?
five years of imposition of sanctions for alleged support for Al-Shabaab, the UN Monitoring Group today clears Eritrea of all the allegations of supporting the Somalia Islamist groups. After
The Somalia – Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG), in its annual council report that was released today, states that:
The Monitoring Group has found .” no evidence of Eritrean support to Al‑Shabaab during the course of its present mandate. The Monitoring Group does not, however, rule out the possibility that Eritrea may be providing some assistance to elements within Al-Shabaab without detection, but it is the overall assessment of the Monitoring Group that Eritrea is a marginal actor in Somalia Continue reading No Evidence of Eritrean Support to Somalia Islamist Group Al-Shabaab: UN Monitoring Reports
ብወያነ ዝምራሕ መንግዝቲ ኢትዮጵያ፡ ኣብ ልዕሊ ከሰተ መዓመ ኣኮሎም (ኣንገሶም ወጀሀይ) ሎሚ መዓልቲ ዘካየዶ ናይ ጭውያን ቅትለትን ፈተነ ፈሺሉ።
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እቲ ንመራሕቲ ሃገራት ከይተረፈ፥ ንዘለዎም ክብሪ ሉኣላውነት ሕሉፍ መሰል ጢሒሱ፡ እንተዘይፈረምኩም ኣብ ትሕቲ ቀይዲ ከእተወኩም ኢዬ ኢሉ ዘፈራርሕ ስርዓት ወያነ፡ ሎሚ ዕለት 29-05-2014፡ ከባቢ ሰዓት 4:00 ናይ ድሕሪ ቐትሪ፡ ኣብ ሻርዕ ኣልጃዛር፡ ኣብ ኣፍደገ ሞርኒን ጆይስ ካፌን ሬስቶራንትን፡ ናብ መዕርፎ ነፈርቲ ካርቱም ኣብ ዘሎ ጎደና፡ ኣብ ኣፍደገ ኤምባሲ ሃገረ ኤርትራ ሓደ ኪሎ ሜትር ኣብ ዝርከብ ርሕቀት፡ ብስርዓት ወያነ ዝተላእኩ ዑሱባት፡ ኣብ ሓንቲ BMW ዝኣይነታ መኪና ዝተሰውሉ ኣርባዕተ ሸጓጉጥ ዝዓጠቑ ሰባት፡ ንኤርትራዊ ከሰተ ጠዓመ ኣኮሎም (ኣንገሶም ወጅሀይ) ሒዝዋ ንዝነበረ መኪና፡ በትደጋጋሚ ብዘይ ምቁራጽ ኣብ ማእከል ጎደና 6 ግዜ ድሕሪ ምግጫዎም፡ ነታ መኪና ድሕሪ ምዕናዎም፥ ተባዕ ኤርትራዊ ከሰተ ጠዓመ ኣኮሎም (ኣንገሶም ወጀሀይ)፡ ካብቲ ዝተመደበሉ ናይ ጭውያን ቅትለትን መደብ ወያነ፡ ብእግሩ ሃዲሙ ካብቲ ዝተመደበሉ ውጥን ንስክላ ድሒኑ ኣሎ። Continue reading ከሰተ ጠዓመ ኣኮሎም (ኣንገሶም ወጅሀይ) ካብ ጭውያን ቅትለትን ወያኔ ንስክላ ድሒኑ
No verifiable evidence, real or imaginary, ever presented to show any wrong doing by Eritrea. Therefore, no reason to maintain the unjust UN sanction.
On this day four years ago, Eritreans inside and abroad were at a total loss to learn the imposition of UN sanction against their beloved country. And the swift action they took on February 22nd, 2010 denouncing the UNSC 1907 resolution and demanding for justice was a reflection of their displeasure towards such illegal and unjust act against a sovereign nation. Continue reading A Timely Call for the Annulment of UN Sanction on Eritrea
Lift the Sanction. The basis UN justified for the sanction doesn’t exist anymore
Matthew Russell Lee, a reporter working at the United Nations Headquarter, says Eritrean diplomats believe the sanctions against Eritrea are close to being removed.
Some Eritrean diplomats believe they may be close from being “taken off” of sanctions.” Said Matthew, in a report released last Wednesday to subscribers.
Mattew, who has obtained a leaked Somali Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) report, also says Eritrea will meet with UN officials scheduled for 7 or 8 December 2013 in Paris, France.
Continue reading Eritrea Expecting UN Sanction Lifted Soon
December: UN Monitoring Group to meet with Eritrean representatives in Paris
, Matthew Russell Lee
In the run-up to the November 26 closed door briefing of the UN Security Council on Somalia and Eritrea sanctions, the new Monitoring Group coordinator Jarat Chopra raised to the United Arab Emirates, Oman and others the shipping and sale of charcoal from Somalia in violation of the sanctions.
The UAE and Oman did not immediate respond to inquiries about particular ships. The UAE prefers the re-sale of seized charcoal to its destruction under the supervision and advice of the UN Environment Program, despite concerns about corruption in re-sale that have been raised.
Continue reading UN Recounts Somalia Charcoal Disputes, Arms Filings, Eritrea Meeting