Participation of Com-patriots, The Key Factor to Economic Growth
Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:41 |
The Government of Eritrea has issued Proclamation No. 173/2013 dated February 20, 2013. This Proclamation pertains to the opening of foreign currency deposit accounts in Eritrean banks, domestic commercial transactions and/or contracts, currency remittance and exchange and the declaration of currency for travelers arriving into and departing from Eritrea. It is to be noted that the previously issued Proclamation No. 171/2012, dealing with the participation of citizens in the ownership of public utility is already in effect.
Eritrea, Land Of Exploits
Monday, 11 February 2013 08:27 |
23rd anniversary of Operation Fenkil is being commemorated from February 8 to 10 in a colorful manner. This commemoration constitutes a glorious national history for which the Eritrean freedom fighters demonstrated heroic feats on the land and sea with few equals on a planetary scale. Deemed to be one of the world’s military feats for its remarkability of military strategy, scale and thunderbolt tactics, Operation Fenkil is a great event of which Eritrean generations should forever take due pride and commemorate. The operation, further than uprooting the vital lifeline of colonization, spawned the country’s full independence while at the same time heralding the inevitable demise of enemy forces.
Eritrea’s Unwavering Stance In Resolving Regional Problems
Monday, 11 February 2013 02:02 |
With due regard for political and security developments in many parts of Africa, the people and Government of Eritrea have on a number of occasions put forward views on and propositions to the genesis and evolution of the status quo in the Horn of Africa–which they are well aware of–especially that of Somalia and the two Sudans. Eritrea has once again asserted its long-standing principle at the 20th AU Summit along these lines.
The AU and Its Obligation
Friday, 01 February 2013 12:14 |
Among the matters that are disrupting the peace and stability of the Horn of Africa, the occupation over or invasion of the sovereign territory of Eritrea as yet stands foremost. Despite the scourge of conflict that was fabricated to have broken out as a border dispute in 1998 was adjudicated following the EEBC ruling in April 2002, an implacable hindrance by the Administration in Washington has held the verdict back from execution clouding the crisis over, and thus, keeping the peoples in the Horn region hostage.
Systemic Reform for Development and Dignity of Africa
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 14:00 |
20th Summit of the African Union, which was convened in Addis Ababa, has been a major media event this week. The African Union having adopted grand goals 50 years ago, formerly Organization of African Unity–OAU–is one of the paramount communities across the globe that set out to vindicate its continental representativeness for political and economic development.