Inner City Press Interviewed Yemane Ghebreab After Security Council Meeting: VIDEO

Yemane Ghebreab's interview with Inner City Press journalist

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

After the Eritrea meeting of the UN Security Council on July 19, Eritrea’s Mission to the UN reached out to offer an interview with Yemane Ghebreab, special political adviser to President Isaias Afwerki.

Afwerki had met with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on July 8 in Juba, the day before South Sudan’s independence. In the UN read-out afterward, and in response to questions from Inner City Press, the UN insisted that the topic of Somalia was not discussed, that “the read out speaks for itself.”  But Yemane Ghebreab on July 21 told Inner City Press that Somalia was in fact discussed with Ban.  Continue reading

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Inner City Press Interviewed Yemane Ghebreab After Security Council Meeting: VIDEO

Yemane Ghebreab's interview with Inner City Press journalist

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

After the Eritrea meeting of the UN Security Council on July 19, Eritrea’s Mission to the UN reached out to offer an interview with Yemane Ghebreab, special political adviser to President Isaias Afwerki.

Afwerki had met with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on July 8 in Juba, the day before South Sudan’s independence. In the UN read-out afterward, and in response to questions from Inner City Press, the UN insisted that the topic of Somalia was not discussed, that “the read out speaks for itself.”  But Yemane Ghebreab on July 21 told Inner City Press that Somalia was in fact discussed with Ban.  Continue reading

Inner City Press Interviewed Yemane Ghebreab After Security Council Meeting: VIDEO

Yemane Ghebreab's interview with Inner City Press journalist

By Matthew Russell Lee (Inner City Press),

After the Eritrea meeting of the UN Security Council on July 19, Eritrea’s Mission to the UN reached out to offer an interview with Yemane Ghebreab, special political adviser to President Isaias Afwerki.

Afwerki had met with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on July 8 in Juba, the day before South Sudan’s independence. In the UN read-out afterward, and in response to questions from Inner City Press, the UN insisted that the topic of Somalia was not discussed, that “the read out speaks for itself.”  But Yemane Ghebreab on July 21 told Inner City Press that Somalia was in fact discussed with Ban.  Continue reading