Sophia Tesfamariam statement at UNGA

UNGA: Eritrea Voices Opposition to Unilateral Coercive Measures

“My country, Eritrea, has been a victim of illegal and unjust sanctions and it continues to endure unilateral coercive measures targeting its most critical sectors, including the economic and national security ones. The ulterior political motives are too evident to merit explanation.” At the Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly on Agenda Item 28, titled: […]

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Eritrea rejects EU's incessant and unwarranted acts of hostility

Eritrea Vehemently Rejects EU’s Unwarranted Adversarial Accusations

The EU: Unwarranted Acts of Defamation // A Press Release The Embassy of the State of Eritrea to the EU and Benelux countries is deeply disappointed, and express its profound dismay, at the EU’s incessant and unwarranted acts of hostility against Eritrea. Indeed, instead of reviewing in good-faith, and making amends to, the misguided sanctions […]

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46th Session of the Working Group on Universal Periodic Review

Eritrea’s Delegation Opening Statement to the 46th Session of UPR Working Group

Mr. President, Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates Ladies and Gentlemen, Good afternoon, It is an honor and privilege to represent the State of Eritrea at the 46th Meeting of the Working Group on Universal Periodic Review. As a representative of Eritrea in Geneva and as head of this delegation, it gives me immense pleasure to warmly welcome […]

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Ms. Ilze Brands Kehris, the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights

Eritrea Rejects Statement made by UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights

Eritrea rejects the Statement made by Ms. Ilze Brands Kehris, the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, during the Enhanced Interactive Dialogue held during the 55th Session of the UN Human Rights Council. (Photo credit: menarights .org) At a time when the global community is calling for equity and justice in international institutions, when the […]

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Eritrean Ministry of Information Press Release

Eritrean Government Response to Ethiopia’s Red Sea Claim

Discourses – both actual and presumed – on water, access to the sea, and related topics floated in recent times are numerous and excessive indeed. The affair has perplexed all concerned observers. In the event, the Government of Eritrea repeatedly reiterates that it will not, as ever, be drawn into such alleys and platforms. The […]

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Mehari Taddele Maru is a well-known TPLF apologist

TPLF Apologist’s Crocodile Tears and Disinformation Masquerading as Academic Research

Contrary to Dr. Mehari Taddele Maru’s insinuations, Eritrea’s 2020-2022 war was a defensive stance against the TPLF’s expansionist aims and territorial occupation, not against the Tigrayan ethnic group. Maru’s introduction of unrelated geopolitical events is a mere distraction and an attempt to garner international sympathy by misleadingly casting blame. On October 3, 2023, “Just Security,” […]

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840 x 472 British-Eritreans from came together in a powerful demonstration in front of Downing Street demanding respect of their rights to celebrate their culture.

British-Eritreans Celebrates Successful Demonstraton for Rights and Culture

British-Eritreans gathered in a peaceful demonstration on Downing Street with the goal of addressing challenges that included harassment and intimidation attempts by certain groups, as well as the sudden cancellation of lawful cultural events by local authorities. PRESS RELEASE The British-Eritrean Communities and Organizations Network (BECON) extends its heartfelt congratulations and admiration to the British-Eritrean […]

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