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Senior Eritrean officials attending 69th UN General Assembly

From L to R: Girma Asmerom, Ambassador to the UN, Yemane Gebearb, Head of PFDJ Political Affairs, Osman Saleh, Foreign Minster. Credit: Nebil Said

Senior Eritrean officials attending 69th UN General Assembly



By Eritrea Embassy Media, London UK

The UN Climate Summit in New York on Tuesday (September 23) brought together more than 120 Government to discuss national plans of action. It was the largest number of world leaders ever to attend a climate conference, though there were some notable absentees including the Presidents of China and the Russian Federation and the Prime Minister of India.

Eritrea Foreign Minister H.E. Osman Saleh is leading high level delegation which includes Mr. Yemane Gebreab, Head of PFDJ Political Affairs, Eritrea Ambassador to the UN. H.E. Ghirma Asmerom. Eritrea Foreign Minister H.E. Osman Saleh will be holding a number of high level meetings and bilateral talks with other leaders on the sidelines of the session.



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14 comments:

  1. Eritrea by her side is doing a lot, the world and specially the advanced countries need to pay attention for this huge matter as they are responsible for the big percentage of the carbon emission and climate change.

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  2. where is the Eritrean President? You might ask, well he is sitting with his foreign minster, i replay. Meet the new president of the state of Eritrea. He is called Presiden Yemane Gebreab.

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  3. ኢሳያስ ኣኺልዎ በቃ ኣንጭዋ ደንደን ኮይኑ ተሪፉ? ካብ ኣምበሳ ናቅፋ ናብ ኣንጭዋ ደንደን? weird.

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  4. I don't see why anyone would want to waste time in hearing the same bull...S that was said last year the year before and the years before that.. They should not bother going to the future meetings either as it would be the same as this year. There are more pressing issues that need more attention than this. China, Russia, India etc didn't bother attending, not only because they are the biggest offenders but they also see this as a fruitless circus...
    I guess this is the only time African puppets get to mingle with their masters and exploiters..

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  5. Very good idea the rest of the World communities must listen to you when you became the second dictator president of Eritrea.

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  6. Did we achieved any thing since we became the member of the UN except start fighting all our neighbors from the day one and still we are in trench keeping our peoples hostage and hopeless to abandoned their beloved Country.

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  7. The jungle so called diplomat can't do nothing.

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  8. Hey I will be the second dictator president

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  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvVsWAh477U

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  10. I totally agree with you. Well we went from Mengustu killing us to our own Isias killing us. I am not sure what we fought for.

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  11. I guess you didn't read it properly!! Why does anyone with a different opinion has to be aligned with dictators, weyanes, shabias, unpatriotic agame etc etc..

    Putting all our grievances aside, tell me, when was the last time the UN has stood up for the poor people of our continent?Despite all of that, the puppets keep running to the UN convention. As I said, I guess that is the only time they get to mix with their masters and their exploiters!!!

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  12. Where is Wedi Medhin Berad. We gonna chop his head and send his body to Adwa where he belong. We are not going to give him 3 by 4 meters to be buried in Eritrea.

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  13. Very immature!!! You sound just like them. Even Edi Amin Dada was buried in his own country..

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