Posts Tagged With: Human Rights

Eritrea Statement, 38th Session of the Human Rights Council

Eritrea, UN Council

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The destructive intentions harbored under the rubric of “human rights violations” are also exposed. In this vein, my delegation once again reminds the Council of its obligation to adhere to the UN principles of objectivity, non-selectivity and impartiality. Continue reading

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President Isaias Afwerki Press Conference in 1999

Archives File – President Isaias Afwerki Press Conference in 1999
Eritrea’s visionary leadership vindicated… Trust is built with consistency


By Eritrea EmbassyMedia

Eritrea’s position on the Eritrea Ethiopia border issue and its resolution was clear from the very beginning. Eritrea’s request for final and binding arbitration was included in the Algeria Agreements. Eritrea accepted the final and binding delimitation decision when it was delivered in 2002 and the demarcation decision in 2007.

The EEBC, in its Sixteenth Report indicated that Ethiopia repeatedly refused to enter into dialogue with Eritrea “in the manner laid down in the Demarcation Directions and in accordance with the timeline set by the Commission. It [Ethiopia that is] now insists on prior “dialogue” but has rejected the opportunity for such “dialogue”. Ethiopia has tried many times to have the EEBC decisions amended and revised. Both parties are obligated under the Algiers Agreements to accept the EEBC’s decisions as final and binding.

The international community has refused to take punitive actions against Ethiopia for the last 16 yrs as it occupied sovereign Eritrean territories, including Badme. It should be recalled that the African Union, European Union, United States and United Nations all guarantees and witnessed the Algiers Agreements signed in 2000. The Eritrea Ethiopia border issue has been legally resolved and the border has been delimited and demarcated. The issue today is the Ethiopian occupation of sovereign Eritrean territories. The UN must restore Eritrea’s sovereignty.

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New or Recycled?

Algiers Agreement Presidents of Eritrea and Ethiopia

I hope this time #Ethiopia means what it is saying… the peaceful people of #Eritrea and Ethiopia finally get a respite from wars and conflicts. The failure to Finalize the #AlgiersAgreement has been a stumbling block for regional cooperation. And the blame rests squarely on Ethiopia. Continue reading

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Enlighten, Organize and Arm the Youth

Credit T Medin

To make history in building and defending Eritrea the youth have to develop historical, political, economic & security consciousness. Continue reading

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A Look Back on Eritrea’s Historic 1993 Referendum

Eritrean Independence Referendum (TesfaNews)

Two years after winning a de facto independence and effectively end of the armed struggle for independence, the Eritrean people held a historic, internationally supervised referendum on April 23-25, 1993 to determine its political future. Today, we are commemorating its 25th Anniversary. For Copyright, refer to

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“Non-Conformist Eritrea”: Extending the Conversation

[#Africa] No other region of the world has been so dominated by external ideas and models. #Eritrea’s determination to rely upon itself, and promote #Independence and #SelfReliance should be encouraged Continue reading

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Sixteen years of unbridled violence and defiance

Eritrean Soldiers at Eritrean-Ethiopian Border - 2001

Eritrean Soldiers at Eritrean-Ethiopian Border – 2001 – For Copyright Info, refer to

#UNSC it must shoulder its responsibility by forcing #Ethiopia to abide by the #FinalAndBinding decision of the #Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission. The guarantors of the Algiers peace treaty must bear their responsibility to end Ethiopia’s unbridled aggression and defiance. Continue reading

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Non-Conformist Eritrea

By Ruby Sandhu

Since time immemorial, there have been non conformists and disruptors – they have made us look at the world through a new lens and progressed our evolution as a species. Captured as the David and Goliath myth. Today’s Goliath is a system where we continue to perpetuate policies which neither respect the planet, its ecosystem or its inhabitants. And a world where the disparity as between the “have” and the “have nots” is widening and where to pacify the masses we have senseless media, consumption and consumerism – entirely detrimental – as it is unsustainable to ours and the planet’s well being. In summary we have “intelligence” and “cleverness” but we remain at times as a species bereft of wisdom and within a debilitating context.

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Securing Availability of Water for Good

Kerkebet Dam - Eritrea, Africa

Credit Reference: – Eritrea: 150 million cubic meter dam is completed

[#Eritrea] In #Africa, 99% of the time building up large and mega water dams means giving the job and the human resources to non-African enterprises… the foreigner will be the master of the project. Continue reading

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Education for Social Justice and Social Cohesion

Failure to provide #MotherTongue teaching is a form of #Discrimination that can perpetuate #Inequality. Beyond the issue of #SocialRights, to be educated by one’s mother tongue is pedagogically effective for the learner. Continue reading

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