Claims United Nations Report Critical of Eritrea is Biased

SEMG report relied almost entirely on the Ethiopian regime to build its case against Eritrea and for that it lacked impartiality, incoherent and illogical.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

The minority regime in Ethiopia, and its apologists in the media, is burning the midnight oil, attempting to disseminate the false and “cooked in Ethiopia” allegations contained in the Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group’s Report (SEMG).

The UN hired the SEMG to investigate and produce a Report based on “its own independent findings” with its primary mandate being, to find out if Eritrea was in compliance with Security Council Resolution 1907 or not. The SEMG’s Report was based on self serving “intelligence” provided by the minority regime in Ethiopia, a party to the conflict in Somalia, and the one who bears primary responsibility for the carnage and chaos that defines Somalia today. Continue reading

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Claims United Nations Report Critical of Eritrea is Biased

SEMG report relied almost entirely on the Ethiopian regime to build its case against Eritrea and for that it lacked impartiality, incoherent and illogical.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

The minority regime in Ethiopia, and its apologists in the media, is burning the midnight oil, attempting to disseminate the false and “cooked in Ethiopia” allegations contained in the Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group’s Report (SEMG).

The UN hired the SEMG to investigate and produce a Report based on “its own independent findings” with its primary mandate being, to find out if Eritrea was in compliance with Security Council Resolution 1907 or not. The SEMG’s Report was based on self serving “intelligence” provided by the minority regime in Ethiopia, a party to the conflict in Somalia, and the one who bears primary responsibility for the carnage and chaos that defines Somalia today. Continue reading

Claims United Nations Report Critical of Eritrea is Biased

SEMG report relied almost entirely on the Ethiopian regime to build its case against Eritrea and for that it lacked impartiality, incoherent and illogical.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

The minority regime in Ethiopia, and its apologists in the media, is burning the midnight oil, attempting to disseminate the false and “cooked in Ethiopia” allegations contained in the Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group’s Report (SEMG).

The UN hired the SEMG to investigate and produce a Report based on “its own independent findings” with its primary mandate being, to find out if Eritrea was in compliance with Security Council Resolution 1907 or not. The SEMG’s Report was based on self serving “intelligence” provided by the minority regime in Ethiopia, a party to the conflict in Somalia, and the one who bears primary responsibility for the carnage and chaos that defines Somalia today. Continue reading

Eritrea: Prove if we are Arming Al-Shabaab

I am here to represent my government not to support criminal groups like Al-Shabaab: Amb. Beyene Russom

By Bernard Momanyi,

The Eritrean embassy in Nairobi says Asmara is not opposed to Kenya’s offensive in Somalia and is challenging anyone with evidence that its government is arming Al Shabaab militants to go public with it.

Ambassador Beyene Russom told Capital Newsbeat in an exclusive interview that his country has never been involved in the internal affairs of Somalia and cannot therefore arm Al Shabaab in any way.

Russom said his government supports peace in the region and “cannot undermine any efforts aimed at stabilising the war-torn country.” Continue reading

Eritrea: Prove if we are Arming Al-Shabaab

I am here to represent my government not to support criminal groups like Al-Shabaab: Amb. Beyene Russom

By Bernard Momanyi,

The Eritrean embassy in Nairobi says Asmara is not opposed to Kenya’s offensive in Somalia and is challenging anyone with evidence that its government is arming Al Shabaab militants to go public with it.

Ambassador Beyene Russom told Capital Newsbeat in an exclusive interview that his country has never been involved in the internal affairs of Somalia and cannot therefore arm Al Shabaab in any way.

Russom said his government supports peace in the region and “cannot undermine any efforts aimed at stabilising the war-torn country.” Continue reading

Eritrea: Prove if we are Arming Al-Shabaab

I am here to represent my government not to support criminal groups like Al-Shabaab: Amb. Beyene Russom

By Bernard Momanyi,

The Eritrean embassy in Nairobi says Asmara is not opposed to Kenya’s offensive in Somalia and is challenging anyone with evidence that its government is arming Al Shabaab militants to go public with it.

Ambassador Beyene Russom told Capital Newsbeat in an exclusive interview that his country has never been involved in the internal affairs of Somalia and cannot therefore arm Al Shabaab in any way.

Russom said his government supports peace in the region and “cannot undermine any efforts aimed at stabilising the war-torn country.” Continue reading