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Eritrea: Eleventh Bi-Weekly Newsletter Released


Pekka Haavisto, Finland's Minister for International Development meeting with President Isaias Afwerki

Eritrea: Eleventh Bi-Weekly Newsletter Released

The Press Section of the Permanent Mission of the State of Eritrea to the AU and UNECA has released its eleventh edition of its bi-weekly newsletter.

Click here to read the previous newsletter.

President Isaias Held Discussions with Finnish Minister of International Development 

President Isaias Afwerki met and held discussions with Mr. Pekka Haav-isto, the Minister of International Development of Finland, on 29 May 2014.

President Isaias and Mr. Pekka Haavisto exchanged views on areas of cooperation in the education sector. They reached understanding for an Eritrean delegation to visit Finland and discuss with representatives of educa-tional institutions the development of tangible cooperation programs in the sector.

They also conducted extensive discussions on the developments in the Horn of Africa region, especially the situation in South Sudan.

Eritrea Participated at a Regional Meeting on Human Trafficking and Smuggling

An Eritrean delegation led by the Head of the Office of National Security, Brigadier General Abraha Kassa, participated in the Preparatory Meeting for the Regional Conference on Human Trafficking and Smuggling in the Horn of Africa, held from 21-22 May 2014 in Khartoum, Sudan.

The meeting was organized by the African Union Commission in cooperation with IOM and UNHCR. It was attended by the representatives of Eritrea, Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia as well as some partner states.

You can read the remarks made at the meeting by the head of the Eritrean delegation, Brigadier General Abraha Kassa, on pages 2 and 3 of this Newsletter.

Ambassador Araya Desta Delivered His Credentials to the Executive Secretary of UNECA

On 27 May 2014, Ambassador Araya Desta presented his Credentials to the Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Dr. Carlos Lopes.

During the occasion, Ambassador Araya conveyed to the Executive Secretary the best wishes of President Isaias Afwerki for his well-being.

Dr. Lopes, on his part, congratulated Ambassador Araya on his new assignment and expressed his availability to provide him with the necessary support in discharging his duties. The Executive Secretary also expressed his best wishes to President Isaias Afwerki, the People and Government of Eritrea and indicated his plan to visit Asmara in the near future.

Ambassador Araya expressed his commitment to strengthen the working relations between Eritrea and UNECA.



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6 comments:

  1. We scrabling with one and our neighbors are talkign a bout 112 planes by 2025.


    Zey'Keni Ayiweled!





    Ethiopian Airlines to decide on $3 bln

    (Reuters) - Ethiopian Airlines will decide in
    June on whether to place an order for 30 narrow-body Airbus or Boeing
    jets as part of fleet its expansion plans, the company's chief executive
    said on Sunday.

    "We will make a decision by the end of June,"
    Tewolde Gebremariam told Reuters on the sidelines of the annual meeting
    of the IATA airlines association in Doha.

    He said the airline was
    considering both the A320neo and Boeing's 737 MAX. At current list
    prices, the order could come to about $3 billion.

    The carrier,
    which currently has an almost exclusively Boeing fleet, has said it
    wants to almost double its fleet to 112 planes and carry 18 million
    passengers over 92 routes by 2025

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  2. It's known that Finland from 2000 to 2013 are among the top Ten Countries in the world in the PISA exam rank world wide.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programme_for_International_Student_Assessment



    Great the idea that the Government of Eritrea contacts this Country to better consult and improve the Eritrean schooling standard. I'm grateful of this important domain and the decision of the GOE.

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  3. Ruthless leaders. Open your eyes and ears people. Listen to Dejen story.

    Long live wedi Ali
    Long live Pilot Dejen
    Long live Eritrea

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  4. Borko haraam weyaneJune 3, 2014 at 12:04 AM

    U forget one crucial one dear "hagerey"...

    VIVA agamistan !!!!!!!

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  5. What do you make of someone been jailed for 15yrs without Kisi? I don't
    care if you in Eriterea, America or anywhere else. Injustice is
    injustice.

    The old day of name calling such as: Agame and CIA are in the past. I am not offended by it because I know I am not one. I am a proud Eritrean. For the sake of our country and people have your heard the interview of pilot Dejen? It's teh hottest topic of Eritrean issue. It's good to be open minded and listen to the other side of the fence.

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  6. every body in the world have one root that is Adam and eve but selfish government like your issayas applies Agame, NEGRO, KUNAMA AMASSEN stop insulting otherwise the consequence is worst. do not collide with greatest nation.Ethiopia is know on the right truck.we hate host country,please seek pure mind.

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