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Eritrea: 27th Newsletter Released

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

In this issue:
  • Chinese Communist Party Delegation Held Talks with PFDJ Officials in Asmara
  • Eritrea Participated in the Ministerial Meeting on Maritime Safety and Security Held in Seychelles
  • Ethiopia/Djibouti: A Communiqué Gone Astray
  • ‘Eritrea: A Country with High Levels of Accountability for Resources and Impressive Return on Investment’ – UNDP
  • A Turkish Delegation Paid a Visit to Eritrea
  • Athletes from Eritrea, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda Took Part in the Fenkil Half Marathon
Click here to read the previous newsletter.

Chinese Communist Party Delegation Held Talks with Vol 2. Issue 27 PFDJ Officials in Asmara

A Delegation of the Communist Party of China (CPC) led by Mr. Zhong Weiyun, Head of the Bureau of Africa Affairs in the International Department of the Central Committee, held talks on 09 February 2015, with Mr. Yemane Gebreab, Head of Political Affairs of the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ).

The discussion focused on enhancing cooperation between the PFDJ and the CPC, as well as between the Governments of Eritrea and China. The two sides also conducted discussions on regional and international issues.

During its three-day stay in Eritrea, the Chinese Delegation held meetings with officials of the Foreign Ministry, Higher Education Commission, as well as with representatives of the Workers’, Youth and Women’s Associations, pertaining to the enhancement of bilateral relations. The Delegation also visited the port city of Massawa.

Eritrea Participated in the Ministerial Meeting on Maritime Safety and Security Held in Seychelles 

Ambassador Araya Desta, Permanent Representative of Eritrea to the AU and UNECA, represented Eritrea in the Ministerial Meeting on Maritime Safety and Security held in Victoria, Seychelles on 8 and 9 February 2015.

The meeting provided an opportunity for concerned AU member States and international partners to discuss maritime safety and security issues, with particular focus on the Gulf of Guinea and the Horn of Africa and mapped out priorities ahead of the Summit on maritime security to be convened in Togo in November 2015.

In remarks he made at the meeting, Ambassador Araya reiterated Eritrea’s commitment to ensure the security of the Red Sea maritime route which has critical importance to its own peace, security and development, as well as to the safety and security of international shipping.

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  1. Just curious
    The mission office is in Addis. And it publishes regularly. Where is it printed? Because Ethiopian press law does not allow such content for publishers in Ethiopia specially the editorials about and and against Ethio-Djib alliance.
    Shabo are really enjoying the Ethiopian freedom of expression more in our country than in theirs.

  2. Alulaabanega worebelaMarch 19, 2015 at 6:25 AM

    Go to hell Qomal, this is not your place.


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