Pr. Isaias received Sudanese delegation led by the Vice-Chairman of the Sovereign Council
President Isaias Afwerki received today at State House Sudanese senior delegation led by the Vice-Chairman of the Sovereign Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo. The talks mainly centered on the peace process underway in the Sudan.
Lt. Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Doklo is accompanied by members of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Lt. Gen. Yasser Al-Atta, Nicola Essa Abdul-Masih, and Minister of Culture and Information Faisal Mohammed Saleh.
Asmara, 02 December 2019- President Isias Afwerki received on 01 December at the State House a senior Sudanese delegation led by the Deputy Chairman of the Sovereign Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.
The two sides discussed on the progress of the peace process in Sudan.
At the meeting, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan briefed President Isaias on the progress of the ongoing peace process in the Sudan and underlined the significance of Eritrea’s support to the success of the process.
President Isaias on his part, emphasized that sustainable peace in the Sudan can only be achieved through the Sudanese efforts and its institutions.
President Isaias further underlined that the genuine partnership between the two peoples and expresses readiness of the Government and people of Eritrea to play their modest role in the success of the peace process.
They also agreed to enhance the positive bilateral relation between the two countries.
The Sudanese delegation comprised Lieut. Gen. Yasser Al-Atta and Ms. Ragga Nicola, members of the Sovereign Council, as well as Mr. Faisal Mohamed Salih, Minister of Culture and Information.
The Sudanese delegation returned home in the afternoon hours concluding one-day official visit.
ጀነራል መሓመድ ሓምዳን ዳግሎ፡ ብዛዕባ’ቲ መስርሕ ሰላምን በጺሕዎ ዘሎ ደረጃን ንፕረዚደንት ኢሳይያስ መብርሂ ድሕሪ ምሃብ፡ ደገፍ ኤርትራ ኣብ ምዕዋቱ ኣገዳሲ ምዃኑ ገሊጹ። pic.twitter.com/zlPCNd2PcV— Paulos Netabay (@PNetabay) December 1, 2019
President Isaias Afwerki received today at State House Sudanese senior delegation led by the Vice-Chairman of the Sovereign Council, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo. The talks mainly centered on the peace process underway in the Sudan. pic.twitter.com/wdvIAIaCSf— Yemane G. Meskel (@hawelti) December 1, 2019
Eritrea accused Qatar of continuing its efforts to destabilize the government of Eritrea
Eritrea accused Qatar of continuing its efforts to destabilize the government of Eritrea, pointing that Sudan is used as a springboard for the alleged subversive activities.
Asmara accusing Qatar of backing Eritrean Islamist groups.
After the removal of the former President Omer al-Bashir, Sudanese officials travelled to Asmara to restore relations and to boost bilateral relations insisting to the strong and historical relationship between the two countries.
The Eritrean information ministry issued a statement pointing an accusing finger to Qatar of continuing its “deplorable schemes of subversion” against the government of Eritrea.
The statement did not accuse the Sudanese transitional government of taking part but stressed that Qatar uses Sudan as a springboard for the subversive activities.
Asmara claimed that the new plan backed by Qatar focuses on mobilizing the Eritrean youth and inciting them to stage protests against the Eritrean government, but also to give military training to Eritrean Islamists in Sudan without further details.
The Information ministry further pledged to release soon more details.