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Egypt's Foreign Minister to visit Eritrea and South Sudan

Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry

By Ahram

Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry will visit South Sudan on Wednesday, followed by a visit to Eritrea, according to a foreign ministry statement.

The minister will discuss with his counterparts questions of terrorism, the situation in South Sudan, and the Horn of Africa region in terms of development and stability issues.

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki visited Egypt in September 2014.

Also, Shoukry and Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Saleh Mohamed met in September 2014 at the United Nations, and, again, in March at Egypt's economic conference at Sharm.

Cairo was the second country following Sudan to recognise South Sudan after it gained independence from its northern neighbour in 2011.
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  1. Eritrea is shining day-in and day-out. Many has to come! Just witness the success. Gold bless Eritrea and its leadership.
    Awet N'Hafash

  2. President Al sis made a state visit to Ethiopia before a while now he is sending his foreign minister to these states for an appease? lol

  3. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, just shed crocodile's tear. Agame, good for nothing


    5/5/2015 2:02:32 PM
    Basant Ahmed
    Egypt’s foreign minister Sameh Shoukry will start an African tour tomorrow, Wednesday.

    The foreign minister will head, during his 2-day visit, to South Sudan and Eritrea to meet the top officials of both countries.

    Shoukry will discuss the mutual ties between Egypt and the two countries and ways to enhance them in various fields.

    He will also address a number of regional issues, especially the situation in South Sudan and ways to combat terror.

  5. Agame, the masters of all of the horn of africa people and the conquerors of the East of Africa. Hamassien hanti aynka bkinei dem tishn. Habal :))))))))

  6. There's no shining here... its just Eritrea's master and creator of the EPLF, Egypt is dropping by to see if their shameless, Judas' Puppet is still breathing. That is all.

  7. Why hate Hamasien? they are great people with great honor. Agame masters of horn of Africa? are you on planet Earth?

  8. You used to say that about italy but now that they have their flag on your dam its back to egypt lol. When Egypt put their flag on your dam or somewhere in your country who will you say that about next? You guys are so thick skinned.

  9. I thought we were isolated!!? Why are people going in and out of the country from all over the neighborhood? Maybe because Eritrea doesn't attack is neighbors for a pay day like some people we know that can only think of usaids.


    Ambassador Negasi presents credentials

    Asmara, 5 May 2015 – The Eritrean Ambassador to the European Union, Mr. Negasi Kassa, has presented his credentials to King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands as Eritrea’s non-resident Ambassador to the country.

    The Ambassador conveyed a message of goodwill from President Isaias Afwerki to King Willem-Alexander and the people of the Netherlands. He expressed the readiness of the Eritrean Government to further strengthen the existing ties with the Netherlands, the EU and other member countries of the union. Ambassador Negasi further explained the current situation in Eritrea and developments and trends in the wider region.

    Recalling that he had the opportunity to visit Eritrea prior to his coronation as the Dutch monarch, King Willem-Alexander stated that he was keenly aware of the struggle the people of Eritrea had waged to gain their legitimate national independence. The King extended his best wishes for the good health of President Isaias as well as peace and prosperity to the Eritrean people.

    During his brief stay in the Netherlands, Ambassador Negasi held discussion with Mr. Michael Stibbe, Director of Sub-Saharan Africa in the Dutch Foreign Ministry. The Ambassador clarified Eritrea’s position on Ethiopia’s continued occupation of sovereign Eritrean territories and the need to redress the unwarranted sanctions imposed against it. The two officials also exchanged views on bilateral and regional issues.
    State of Eritrea and Central African RepublicApril 20, 2015

    His Majesty the King will be Wednesday April 22, 2015 at Noordeinde Palace in The Hague successively received for presentation of their credentials to the Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia, HE Juan Jose Quintana, ambassador of the State of Eritrea, HE Negassi Kassa Tekle, and the ambassador the Central African Republic, HE Dr. Daniel Emery Dede.

    The ambassadors are collected and accompanied by a chamberlain of the King. The King contending with each ambassador a gala coach available and, if applicable, a so-called blue carriage for the embassy staff. The carriages are pulled by two horses. The gala carriage is preceded by two co-drivers in dress uniform. Before and after each train ride two riders from the Mounted Constabulary in ceremonial dress. The dress code for the ambassadors jacket or national costume.

    At Noordeinde Palace is installed a guard of honor and a military band. The guard of honor consists of a commander and two detachments of 12 Infantry Battalion. The music is provided by the Royal Netherlands Army Band Johan Willem Friso. At the entrance of the palace are two ereposten of the Royal Military Police Brigade Hague.After a salute of four rolls and the national anthem of the country's ambassador following an inspection of the guard of honor, after which the ambassador entering with consequence. With the departure of the ambassador gets them again four ereroffels.

    RVD, no. 101

  11. No, somebody from south Ethiopia just introduced him/her to chat :-)

  12. Jacob please better you hide your inferiority complex Asha agame!!!

  13. Who ever you calling Judas' Puppet is still breathing! well to your surprise yup, while your Albanian communist is dead and forgotten and the Judas' puppet is fit as a fiddle breathing on your neck, the minute he roars you start to hide under your mum's skirt!!!

  14. Homoshien has a population of around 1 million 2/3 of which live in ASSmera. 70% of ASSmera residents are settlers from Tigray and the rest from different parts of ArTera( Akele, Seraye, e.t.c.). The few Karneshms are probably the oldest settlers there. They came from Dembia though. In conclusion, HOMOshien=bastards, dikalu, Siso lbom, hademti, Serekti, betekat dkatat Wuchu mgbom.
    Agame=Adi Tsaeda taf, adi Jeganu( Sebagadis, Alula, Yohannes, Hayelom, Ras Suhul, Ras Weldeselassie) adi likawunti( Yared, 9 kdusat, Ewostatewos, Abune Filipos( debresina tbluwo nskatkum mesratiu Agame Abune Filipos eyom,) adi Haweltitat, adi Tintawian gedamat, adi Betemengstitat, Mekabr Talayn, Turkey, Pashas, adi metsahiftn mebekol fidel geezn, adi kiya, adi Hmbasha, adi tsray, adi mes, Hakele, Tihlo, adi areki, adi kurue hzbi, chewa hzbi, adi haymanot). Weskulu baelkum. HOMOshiens entay alewa? Akat?

  15. I can send you CHAT from eastern Ethiopia. It is not allowed in Tigray. We eat Shewit Shmbra in Tigray, not CHAT. lol. We can export it to you though. No problem. But you can not chat well after you consume CHAT. You better eat your Ades. lol


    Egypt FM to visit Eritrea on Wednesday

    Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry is expected to visit Eritrea on Wednesday in the first such visit by an Egyptian foreign minister in two decades.

    In a Tuesday statement, the Foreign Ministry said the planned visit reflected the “brotherly relations between Egypt and Eritrea.”

    An Eritrean source, meanwhile, said Shoukry would meet with Eritrean officials to discuss the situation in crisis-hit Yemen and security coordination on the strategic Bab al-Mandeb strait.

    “[The visit] also aims to send a message of reassurance to Eritrea in light of recent rapprochement between Egypt and Ethiopia,” the source told The Anadolu Agency.

    Egypt maintains good relations with Eritrea, a longstanding regional foe of Ethiopia.

    Ties between Egypt and Ethiopia have improved recently following months of tension over a mega-dam being built by Addis Ababa on the upper reaches of the Nile River.

    While Ethiopia views the dam as necessary to its economic development, Egypt fears the project could lead to a marked reduction in its historical share of Nile water.



    Egyptian Foreign Minister arrives here on a working visit

    Asmara, 06 May 2015 – The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Mr. Sameh Shoukry, arrived in Asmara tonight on a working visit. He was welcomed at Asmara International Airport by his Eritrean counterpart, Mr. Osman Saleh.

    During his stay, the Egyptian official would hold talks with President Isaias Afwerki and Mr. Osman Saleh respectively on strengthening Eritrean-Egyptian relations of partnership, as well as regional and international developments.

    Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told Erina that in line with the understanding previously reached between the leaders of the two countries, his current visit to Eritrea is aimed at further strengthening the longstanding historical relations between Eritrea and Egypt.

    It is to be recalled that President Isaias attended the swearing in ceremony of President Abdelfatah Al-Sisi of Egypt in September 2014.

    Foreign Ministers Osman Saleh and Sameh Shoukry also met and held talks in New York and Cairo respectively as regards enhancing brotherly Eritrean-Egyptian ties.



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