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UN delegation holds meetings with Eritrean officials


Eritrean officials meeting with UN delegation 


UN delegation holds meetings with Eritrean officials


By Shabait,

A UN delegation headed  by Ms. Leila Pakkala, UNICEF Regional Director and Eritrea Focal Point, UNDG-East and Southern Africa, and  another Mr. Ashraf El Nour, International Organization for Migration,  Regional Director for East and the Horn of Africa, here on a working visit held meetings with a number of Eritrean officials.

In the course of a meeting with Foreign Minister Osman Saleh today, the group received briefings on the objective situation in Eritrea. Mr. Osman Saleh informed delegation that Eritrea had put up effective staunch resistance against external conspiracies. Still, the UN needs to live up to its responsibility of ensuring the implementation of the final and binding resolution of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission’s ruling on Border Delimitation, Foreign Minister Osman underscored.

Similarly, Dr. Gergis Teklemichael, Minister of National Development, explained to the group Eritrea’s development achievements in the wake of liberation and that the nation attaches vital significance to collaboration on the part of partners to this end.

In the same vein, the delegation received briefings by Ms. Amina Nur-husein, Minister of Health, and Mr. Kahsai Gebrehiwet, Minister of Labor and Human Welfare, on the progress in both sectors, in addition to prospects of cooperation thereof.

Moreover, the delegation received briefings by Mr. Tesfai Gebreselasie, Minister of Land, Water and Environment, regarding the nation’s polices pertaining to environmental conservation and land management. Besides, Mr. Tesfai and the UN group discussed possible cooperation on combating desertification.

Sill more, the delegation held discussion with Finance Minister Berhane Habtemariam.

Also in a meeting on Sunday at Asmara Palace Hotel with Mr. Yemane Gebremeskel, Director of the President’s Office, discussions were conducted on Eritrea’s development programs and achievements, as well as possible enhancement of cooperation in this domain.

Also in meetings with heads of both the NUEYS and the NUEW, the delegation was briefed on the objectives and achievements of the Unions, in addition to discussing possible partnership cooperation with them.

In another respect, the UN delegation today observed UN-assisted development projects in the villages of Lamza, Merhano and Adi-Ke in the Central region, during which it received briefings by experts.

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16 comments:

  1. Dear UN delegates be fair & impartial on your professional duties, that's what a deontology requires from any public officer, then get information real one of the concerned Nation, because everything we do is an action that can support or damaged history.

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  2. " UN assisted development projects" I thought hgdef dont accept aids as it is always written here hahahaha.

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  3. I have one question. When are all the ministers appointed, why,how?it doesnt matter what you know or not ,you are assigned as a minister . This is Joke.

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  4. Let's see if the tyrants regime is gonna cooperate with the Commission of Inquiry and allow access to the thousands of prisons and metal shipping containers.

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  5. Credit MadoteEritrea:

    In the course of a meeting with Foreign Minister Osman Saleh today, the group received briefings on the objective situation in Eritrea. Mr. Osman Saleh informed delegation that Eritrea had put up effective staunch resistance against external conspiracies. Still, the UN needs to live up to its responsibility of ensuring the implementation of the final and binding resolution of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission’s ruling on Border Delimitation, Foreign Minister Osman underscored

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  6. What is that got to do with the price of rice??? Anyway, which weyane are you referring to?? Eritrean weyane or ethiopian weyane?

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  7. U ugumesh woyane are so desperate. LOL....

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  8. Alec, I am through and through Eritrean. But I want to see both weyanes gone. I would prefer the Ethiopian weyane to go down first so that they would not do any more harm to Eritrea, but I would like to see the Eritrean weyane to follow after that, so that they would not do any more harm to the Eritrean people....

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  9. What does the Ethiopian weyane have to do with your mess in the little piece of dry land called Eritrea? All your problems are due to your own crooked mentalities and incompetency. Th Ethiopian weyane has, in fact, been helping Eritreans sort out their problems and solve them accordingly. But I am afraid that due to the sick mentality of many elite and non-elite Eritreans,the future of Eritrea is very very grim. When some parts of the population addresses other parts of the population as non-Eritreans( see Hamassiens addressing the Akeles as Tigrawot, the Rashaidas as Saudis and the Bejas as Sudanese e.t.c), one is probable to expect the worst to happen in such a society not far from now.
    So, people like you instead of sitting and thinking and trying to solve these problems before the worst comes, you are talking day in day out about one of the most united and secure people in Africa, the Tigraians. Let me remind you also that according to a UN demographic projection for 2050, Eritrea will be 83% Muslims and 15% Christians. May be this will be a good news. Who knows!! After all, an independent Eritrea was dreamed and visioned by the first people who started the so-called Independence struggle, the Muslim BeniAmirs. The Christian highlanders as cowards and foolish as they are, they just followed orders from the BeniAmirs such as Awate and joined the struggle without calculating what the result would be for theirfuture children.

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  10. Yakob Dedebit, dream on! Let me tell you one known fact for no extra cost..We might be 9 tribes but we are one country and we speak the same language and we have the same aspirations and that is what is killing you. We have our differences and that does not concern you! If you were to come again to touch our country we will put our differences aside and we will fight you as one eritrea. We have our differences but that is shelved away until we see your demise. We know you hyenas are wanting to exploit our weakness, to invade again... dream on!!

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  11. We are people who not only wish all the best but also do whatever we can to help our fraternal brother Eritreans. Our concern is that Eritrea might not exist as we know it now. The cause for its demise will be its own immature children like you who are unable to see the real danger right in front of their eyes. While you keep echoing your shallow slogan of " one people one heart", the reality is that Eritreans are shamefully the most divided society in Africa and you know that.Only a ghost called HGDF is holding this country intact even though temporarily.
    And yes, Ethiopians are not too crazy to invade a dead nation. After all, what would one gain by invading a desert, empty land?

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  12. Nebsy wen i called u ugumesh b/c u said both woyane that is just sad really, and thats why i said it. any way sorry, i can see that u are Eritrean the way u reply that ugumesh Jacob. but dude u better change that 2 woyane sh!t talk. at least u can say watever bro. Good night.

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  13. And the fox said the same thing ur saying wen it can't reach the juicy yummy grape, it said its just a sour grape. Eritrea the land of the Red Sea and gold; u call it a desert, empty land. just like the fox.. ur ancestors tried and died in vain to make this desert, empty land u called their own..haha ala ugumesh. if ur woyane is powerful as u claim to be, how come they don't invade Eritrea. cuz everybody knows ur beloved woyane is always banging the drums of war wen its near to that so called election. don't tell me haha...ur going to say ur beloved woyane didn't invade Eritrea cuz their good people. hahahahaha....

    Oh by the way coexisting of the Eritrean people is making u so angry until u can't see the light, it scared u to ur very core, cuz u ugumesh ur even leading Ethiopia into chaos by dividing the people, and thats why the Oromo and Ogaden people wants their independent country cuz ur destroyed their people.
    Ur beloved woyane the slave of the west (whitey) is going to perish.

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  14. Hahahaha. ugumesh woyane u are so desperate. LOL....

    Ur pathetic!!!!!!!!.................

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  15. Yacob, well wishers?? You hasadat tegaru!!! I dont think so!!!! you always talk the talk but never walk the walk. Action is louder than words!!! Why don't you support your words with action... who is occupying some body else's land? Who is wishing some body else's sea and port? Well wisher my backside!!!! Save it jack!!!

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