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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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Important Dates in the History of Eritrea: April

EPLF rebels Eritrea

EPLF rebels Eritrea (For Copyright Info, refer to:

..untold suffering under chauvinistic and despotic [#Ethiopia*n] #HaileSelassie (“it is #Eritrea’s land that we want not its people”), brutal #MengistuHaileMariam (“To kill the fish dry the sea”), and #Tyrannical #Weyane (“hunt Eritrean blood”). Continue reading

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The Demise of the Nadew Comand

The Demise of Nadew Command

In [The Battle of #Afabet], #Ethiopia lost whole divisions of its best trained and armed troops.. it left behind a weapons stockpile.. to carry out what it believed was to have been ‘a decisive offensive’ against the #EPLF/#Eritrea. Continue reading

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February in the History of Eritrea

Guerilla Fighters, EPLF (Eritrean People's Liberation Front)
“History tells us that in the past, Eritreans of all backgrounds died for their identity and territorial integrity”

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From Nakfa to Sawa

Sawa, Eritrea - Africa

Simon Weldemichael
Adi Keih College of Arts and Social Sciences
18 July 2017

#Sawa (#Eritrea) is a place where we interact with our past, understand our present, foresee & prepare for our future

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Heroes of Eritrea

In Remembrance of Eritrea's Martyrs

The law of sacrifice says that you cannot get something you want without giving up something in return. Eritrea’s martyrs believed Eritrea’s independence was of a higher value than life itself – their own lives. Facing death, their last words were always, “Awet N’Hafash” – Victory to the People. That’s why nothing in Eritrea can be taken for granted.

#Eritrea*n #Martyrs fought while facing extreme deprivation.. overcame hunger, thirst.. Sometimes wear[ing] rags Continue reading

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Demilitarizing epidemic diseases in Africa

Ebola Epidemic in Africa

demilitarizing #EpidemicDisease*s in #WestAfrica will divert resources to building roads that lead to good hospitals Continue reading

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