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Eritrea’s President to visit Sudan on Thursday

President Isaias Afwerki meeting with President Omar al-Bashir,

By SUNA

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki will arrive in Khartoum, Thursday, in a several days -visit to Sudan during which he will hold talks with the President of the Republic, Field Marshal, Omer Al-Basher.

Sudan Ambassador to Asmara, Majid Yousif said in press statements that the talks will cover the Sudanese-Eritrean bilateral relations and the regional issues.

The Ambassador referred to the continuous consultations between Sudan and Eritrea on issues of common interest .
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54 comments:

  1. HE HAS MAKE AS MANY TRIP AS POSSIBBLE BEFORE HIS ARREST WARANNT.

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  2. Hello Sim,
    The Tyrant can't go any where except Sudan or Quatar. He is Not Welcomed anywhere.

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  3. sim and tommic, Hasewti. Lementi.

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  4. Unlike z subhuman Tribal Junta leaders, PIA is respected and trusted wherever he goes. He is a proud man and comfortable in his own skin and commands respect from foe and friend alike....Look no one wants to shake the hands of that despised and hated and untrustworthy imbecile Legese/Abebe/Meles z former Tigrayan PM..

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  5. Wedi Afom Beri, could you drive the new Kessela......Qarora......Massawa road?. I know you drove that road before, but I sure like to see you do it again.
    Long Live, Wedi Afom, the LION OF NACFA`

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  6. The Lion of Nacfa in Saudia ' Those who have self respect are bound to respect others. This concept is to the culturally and morally bankrupt Ugums

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  7. Ahhhhhhh! I hope you don't really believe in that ata agame.

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  8. He doesn't need to do...he will let them come to his country and beg or sick for advise...btw it has already started...yaa awan

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  9. You called me agame. I am cool with that. I am an Eritrean from akluguzia, technically I am agame and proud Eritrean. tHE RIGIME KILLED MY BROTHER ON THE WAY TO SUADN THAT IS WHY I WANT THIS GUY TO BE TRIED.

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  10. Imbecile!!!! you blame a dead person? As if you are immortal.stupid ass....

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  11. Today he is the lion of Nakfa...tomorrow he will be elect of god...who knows?

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  12. HIDROM HAWEY did you read what the toxsic web site awate wrote about - the speculation -" relations between AlBashir and Isaias has gone from warm, to lukewarm"
    his malicious and full of hatred agenda being to much.

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  13. "PIA is respected and trusted anywhere and everywhere he goes" like where? He has been to Sudan and Egypt and few Arab countries. I have been as many places he has been. After one year or so he would be confined in eritrea when his arrest warrant is issued by ICC.

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  14. That is why he is always in sandals

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  15. The Lion in the heart of NY, NY..No world leader can attract 15,000 of his countrymen/women who are willing to gather for a conversation of matters of national importance

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  16. Oh yes, lionizing him and selling him as a Renaissance man on a daily basis ad nauseum is right, u demented Ugum

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  17. Like turning Ethnopia into a de facto Tigrayan colony and dreaming 4 z coronation of a Tigrayan emperor. Eritrea isn't a nation of imbeciles. It seems like z recurring famine in Tigray had depleted z genetic pool...so it seems

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  18. Isaias choose a good place to visit. He can learn on or two things from the Sudanese leader how to live with arrest warrant on his neck. For Isaias though it is time for him to
    resign.

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  19. That is a load of trash coming from a a filthy Woyane hoe :))

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  20. You not eritrean akele guzai is eritrea remains eritrea but you are agame period. Beager go beg

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  21. You are comedian from Dedebit :)) What is the name of the village in "akluguzia" that you come from? :))

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  22. I am sure you are Agame, because we Eritreans identify our selfs as Eritrean. Rigion slalism is not our identity.

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  23. This week news about Ethiopia

    - Ethiopia‬ rated as “Strong Aviation” in Africa

    -Ethiopia‬ plans to sell 400 MW electricity to ‪Tanzania‬

    -Egypt to meet with Sudan and Ethiopia on sidelines of economic summit

    -Ethiopia‬ becomes initial focus of US help for climate change

    -Ethiopian Airlines - Ethiopian Airlines CEO wins 2015 GrandPrix Award in Milan
    and .............................................

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  24. Pray for Eritrea because either Eritrea or Isayas is going to go down

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  25. For Sudan though inviting the Eritrean president at this time when he is on the spot light from negative publicity on the international stage is not a good thing. Sudan is trying to mend relations with the west and bringing the Eritrean president to Sudan is not going to help the Sudanese what they are trying to achieve diplomatically. If I were the Sudanese leader I would not touch Isais with a stick a feces on it no matter what.

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  26. In amharic they call it mekgna or hassad in tigrin ya, qewel bil arebi..in english disgusting..

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  27. Anta kindey ke ykefi'i, agame legese zenawi. Kei teademe zimexes kei tsegebe wexe ziblukhum kemzi nai meles eyu.

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  28. Were you not the same Goitom who talked about a P.H.D. scholarship in Europe? How can you have a scholarship in Europe when you don't know it's PhD not P.H.D. Who are you kidding Goitom. You are in Europe, but not on a scholarship. You are here permanently just like most of us. That's no shame, on the contrary, but don't blame others in Eritrea for wanting the same.
    As for the visit of PIA. Sudan is an important country in the Horn. It's impressive to see the way Sudan handled the separation of South Sudan from Sudan. They have seen many economic problems, but have managed to improve relations with both Ethiopia and Eritrea. Expect Sudan to continue to play a bigger role in the Horn. Important for the GoE to keep relations stable with that neighbor.

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  29. Beshir will not attend in SA meeting. He will spend his time with the PIA instead lul.

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  30. everyone knows where Isayas visit...these country must be Sudan,Egypt,Saudi Arabia or Qatar. No other country want to meet PIA.

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  31. "Were you not the same Goitom who talked about a P.H.D. scholarship in Europe. How can you have a scholarship in Europe when you don't know it's PhD not P.H.D. Who are you kidding Goitom. You are in Europe, but not on a scholarship. You are here permanently just like most of us. That's no shame, on the contrary, but don't blame others in Eritrea for wanting the same.
    Good to see Eritra and Sudan further strengthening their relations. Sudan is an important player in the Horn.

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  32. Sudan and Eritrea, friends for a long time to come. Others might gossip about isaias not being present on bashirs inauguration, but here we go. Gossip is all they can do.

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  33. Hillal, why aren't you in the Sahara desert selling your organs like the rest of your people? That is true Eritreanism. Something to be very proud off. At the rate people are leaving Eritrea, Webster may change the definition of Refugee to "An Eritrean or Person of Eritrean origin."

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  34. Please dear admins, get rid to this useless wiEgin by the nick name of 'erty'. I can't stand this wiEgin wedi wiEgin, Tukan bedbug. They don't even give us a chance to write a comment on their website. Eritreans are blocked in their website. i feel like puking when I see this idiot commenting in our beloved website.

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  35. Too many mentally ill agames with inferiority complex posting here 24/7. Worry about your dysfunctional country and leave us alone! We don't like u, we don't trust u, and we don't believe you. Go post on your own forums; we don't care what u have to say.

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  36. And to stay on topic, it's good to maintain strong relations with our Sudanese brothers who historically protected Eritrean civilians when successive Ethiopian regime scumbags were indiscriminately bombing Eritrean civilians.

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  37. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 11, 2015 at 9:45 AM

    Good..Good...Good....

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  38. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 11, 2015 at 9:55 AM

    Hey, Madote if we flag this Agametats comments..can you pls Delete them.. In their Agame websites they don't even let you comment. If you comment in their websites it immediately vanishes. So why give them the satisfaction. why leting them spit venom?

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  39. Here you are the grand Bloviating ignoramus. Please grow and be matured.

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  40. HOW ABOUT IA KING OF ERITREA,LION OF NAKFA ,ELECT OF GOD,...IT SOUNDS GOOD LALLIH?

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  41. Tuncha ras...pias spokes how much land did you get in asmara

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  42. Isias for the last 23 years what he did?
    inprison people in shiping containers.
    chenging permition paper menkesakesi
    Round-ups giffa.
    Rape young women.
    Is there any thing than these.
    Is he a leader or vagabond wiskey drunkard.
    We have seen nothing good from this mad man.
    And no one healthy expecte any good thing form this mad dog.

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  43. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 11, 2015 at 1:52 PM

    Pray this time no one will protect that land locked tigray.

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  44. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 11, 2015 at 1:54 PM

    look at that ugly Agame legese zenawi. LOL...

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  45. ኣሌክ - Alec youJune 11, 2015 at 1:58 PM

    Wedi Afom jgna the Lion of Nakfa and the kill of Abay-tigrayi!!!!!....

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  46. In the country where I study we write it P.H.D period.By the way are you in love with me!

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  47. No they don't. Perhaps you meant an associate degree from a community college. That would make far more sense than your imaginary P.H.D. degree. As I said, there is no shame in being in the west and not reaching the academic top so to speak. But you shouldn't try to be something you're not. I've never, ever seen any postgraduate student write P.H.D. I found your imaginary story about Gurgusum and the 'hundreds of thousands' of Ethiopian and Somali refugees in Eritrea more believable than your claim about your academic 'credentials'.

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  48. Have you see your infireority complex? In this site over 75% of the issue is about Ethiopia and Ethiopians and most of Eritrean want to write their opinion with this 75% Ethiopian issues that is why some Ethiopians want to write on this site to defende our country.

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  49. Do you know DERG regim is hero for Ethiopians

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  50. Do you know, i fucking hate them? hero to the Ethiopians? they executed a lot of Ethiopians as well.

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  51. Hey kassa why did you angered. DERG regim is one part of Ethiopia history whether it was good or bad that is why we Ethiopians proud in the former DERG regim and all previous governments.
    You can hate that is ur business, Right now we are comfortable with the actual relation of Eritrea i.e no war no peace policy.

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  52. You will get your ass handed to you u fucking derg, atleast we don't beg the usa for food as you are doing daily

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