Eritrea: President Isaias Sends Message to Foreign Leaders

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Asmara — President Isaias Afwerki sent a message to several Heads of State and Government on the advent of the New Year once again drawing their attention to continued injustices meted to Eritrea. The President underlined that such indefensible acts not only contravene fundamental tenets of international law and morality but are also fraught with perilous threats to regional peace and security.


Recalling that 14 years have elapsed since the adoption of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission ruling on the border delimitation and demarcation, the President pointed out that sovereign Eritrean territories still remain under occupation. In this connection, he called on the leaders to ensure the respect of the rule of law.

 President Isaias went on to underline that the Eritrean people have been wronged several times at the hands of the UN in the past and as such they deserve redress and reparations for the wrongs done and not continued and unjustified punishment.

In regard to the illegal and unfair sanctions against Eritrea, the President noted that the unjustifiable sanctions were passed deceitfully on fabricated charges which had no basis on law or facts. President Isaias stressed that the main purpose of the sanctions was to deflect international attention from the occupation of sovereign Eritrean territories and thereby corner Eritrea from advocating its legitimate rights.

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President Isaias underlined that the continued wrong doings against the Eritrean people, coupled with the occupation of sovereign Eritrean territories constitute harm beyond reparation and called on the UN Security Council to rectify its errors without further delay.

 Source: shabait


  1. From GETACHEW REDA (Editor Ethiopian Semay)

    Shush!!! You need to stay in your own planet prison you crazy maniac Eritrean Nazi! Criminal like you who grew up and beef up his power through poisoning, murdering his opponents and Ethiopian citizens need to be in jail! Send your Berhanu Negga as your Ambassador to the UN, they will listen to him since he is their (US and European) Mercenary for the upcoming Ethiopia to disturb our people on their behalf. Lucky you have your Weyane Tigray comrades they protect you from falling. They are your Eritrean stooges, most of them are half breed or fully blooded Eritreans. These mercenaries are also to be thanks by you. For now you need to Shush!!!!!!!!
    Getachew Reda

  2. What is this demon doing on this esteemed website? This is a despot who is sworn to drive our harmonious people into destructive civil war. Our people’s peaceful coexistence has been his worst nightmare. He killed and maimed his own people to absolute and utter submission. When he tells an Eritrean to jump the response he gets is how high!!!! He has gone to war with everyone of his neighbors. Since he lost the battles on all of these, he has been picking up a fight with his own shadow. That is why he does not have his mind anymore. He has been passing lethal military weapons around to anyone who is fit to start a civil war like candies. Out of my sight!!!!!

  3. This is a man who gave the Ethiopians a homework that will last for a century. The most Shrewd and cruel type the African continent breeds. He wants to get attention while the world is focused on other issues by writing a letter to heads of states and the UN. We do recall it is in a similar manner they appealed to the UN to be separated from Ethiopia. The greedy Tigrean lead government was eager to pillage Ethiopia and assisted EPLF to cut and carve off Ethiopia’s head as an independent Eritrea. In a referendum at gun point the Eritreans were asked to vote freedom or Slavery. Which reminds me of George Orwell’s book “1984”. Eritrea now is the North Korea of Africa. People can’t breathe. If they do, they will be thrown into the thousands of cargo containers that littered the two ports and they will be confined in one of them forever!
    Politicians are blind. Physically and spiritually. They do not see near or far. I ask my Eritrean friends, how do you measure freedom? Not all, but some of them will attempt to tell me about their 30 years of struggle but not the gain it brought for the people. Africa is a basket case. We do not seem to learn how to govern our people in democratic and humane way. We are best at killing each other and staying on power till death departs. No matter how many letters EPLF writes to heads of states and the UN, no one will listen. Who cares for black Africa? For sure not whites. Instead of helping each other we still continue on a war footing 52 years later. Now, the two ports are Arab owned and operated, but no grain for starving Ethiopians will pass through that port. That is what you call freedom. I say go with it to hell!!

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