Reaping Political and Diplomatic Benefits from Afwerki’s UN Visit

President Isaias continued to Garner more Diplomatic and Political clouts at the 66th UNGA in New York

By TesfaNews,

Eritrea’s President H.E. Isaias Afwerki has lately intensified his political and diplomatic activity in the region after laid dormant for years of unproductive, low level diplomatic engagements with regional and international organizations largely for a less-known reasons. Continue reading

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Reaping Political and Diplomatic Benefits from Afwerki’s UN Visit

President Isaias continued to Garner more Diplomatic and Political clouts at the 66th UNGA in New York

By TesfaNews,

Eritrea’s President H.E. Isaias Afwerki has lately intensified his political and diplomatic activity in the region after laid dormant for years of unproductive, low level diplomatic engagements with regional and international organizations largely for a less-known reasons. Continue reading

Reaping Political and Diplomatic Benefits from Afwerki’s UN Visit

President Isaias continued to Garner more Diplomatic and Political clouts at the 66th UNGA in New York

By TesfaNews,

Eritrea’s President H.E. Isaias Afwerki has lately intensified his political and diplomatic activity in the region after laid dormant for years of unproductive, low level diplomatic engagements with regional and international organizations largely for a less-known reasons. Continue reading

Palestinian UN Bid for Independence and Eritrea

Years of failed peace negotiations forced Palestinian authorities to seek statehood the same way Israel did in 1947 through UN. Will they be succeeding?

By TesfaNews,

Ever since the Palestinian authority expressed its intention to seek full U.N. membership after years of negotiations with Israel failed to deliver an independent state of their own, the Eritrean government maintained its long held stance on the legitimate right of the Palestinian people to self-determination as something that does not waver with time and circumstances.

In its 08 August 2011 Press Statement, the government made it clear that Eritrea does not support the so-called “two-state solution” for the Palestinian question for the fact that it believes the purported ‘solution’ lacks the ability to be translated in to action, the same way of inability to respect let alone to apply the over 690 resolutions of the U.N. General Assembly in the last half a century. Continue reading

Palestinian UN Bid for Independence and Eritrea

Years of failed peace negotiations forced Palestinian authorities to seek statehood the same way Israel did in 1947 through UN. Will they be succeeding?

By TesfaNews,

Ever since the Palestinian authority expressed its intention to seek full U.N. membership after years of negotiations with Israel failed to deliver an independent state of their own, the Eritrean government maintained its long held stance on the legitimate right of the Palestinian people to self-determination as something that does not waver with time and circumstances.

In its 08 August 2011 Press Statement, the government made it clear that Eritrea does not support the so-called “two-state solution” for the Palestinian question for the fact that it believes the purported ‘solution’ lacks the ability to be translated in to action, the same way of inability to respect let alone to apply the over 690 resolutions of the U.N. General Assembly in the last half a century. Continue reading

Palestinian UN Bid for Independence and Eritrea

Years of failed peace negotiations forced Palestinian authorities to seek statehood the same way Israel did in 1947 through UN. Will they be succeeding?

By TesfaNews,

Ever since the Palestinian authority expressed its intention to seek full U.N. membership after years of negotiations with Israel failed to deliver an independent state of their own, the Eritrean government maintained its long held stance on the legitimate right of the Palestinian people to self-determination as something that does not waver with time and circumstances.

In its 08 August 2011 Press Statement, the government made it clear that Eritrea does not support the so-called “two-state solution” for the Palestinian question for the fact that it believes the purported ‘solution’ lacks the ability to be translated in to action, the same way of inability to respect let alone to apply the over 690 resolutions of the U.N. General Assembly in the last half a century. Continue reading