More than 20 members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea are taken to Gahtelay for military training

More than 20 members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea are taken to Gahtelay for military training for 45 days, according to sources from Asmara. As a result , most offices of the ministry

More than 20 members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Eritrea are taken to Gahtelay for military training for 45 days, according to sources from Asmara.

As a result , most offices of the ministry are closed and the ministry is effectively out of operation; causing discontent of many foreign diplomats stationed in Asmara as they are unable to get routine correspondence and services for their embassies.

All departments are being run by unqualified individuals who lack the necessary diplomatic expertise and merely selected by Yemane Ghebreab (Monkey) on the bases of personal loyalty to him.

Foreign Ambassadors in the country are unwilling to do diplomatic meetings with those department heads as they continually fail to get answers on many issues and the diplomatic protocol requires them to meet with their counterparts or with officials above their post in diplomatic hierarchy.

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  • tarikh June 9, 2015

    Speaking of expertise,most of those individuals are sufficiently qualified for their position. I know most of them and are graduates of the university of Asmara and a couple of them even have a graduate level of education from various outstanding universities. Finally, thank you for updating us on the situation of my former colleagues, who have had every opportunity to abscond and leave the country but decided to return and stay in the country (their action doesn’t require explanation) but if need be, They didn’t do to serve MOnkey or mad dog Isaias. They have had ulterior noble motive to influence change from inside.

    • Genet-orginal June 15, 2015

      tarikh
      which individuals are you talking about? the handpicked replacement or the group of people who went to gahtelay for military training? FYI, our country is been taken by DEMHIT. can you tell us where the fight is from inside?

  • tarikh June 9, 2015

    Those of you who pride yourself for absconding and leaving the country, that was the most cowardly act one can do. Courageous people are inside the country; feeling the wrath of the regime, suffering every second and the sustaining with meager income yet decided to stay and work to change it from inside.
    Any change that will come to Eritrea will be as a result of the activities of those brave young men and women.
    The good-for-nothing nomenclature resistance groups in the diaspora are only good at organizing parties, which PFDJ is better at.

    • Kombishtato June 9, 2015

      It is likely Issaias Afewerki sent these employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Gahtelay, just to remove them from the public on the main international headline news on Eritrea now – the year-long United Nations inquiry on Human Rights report.

      Guess who will be the next servants of Issaias Afeworki that will abandon the leaky ship called Eritrea. Will it be anyone of these puppets?

      1. Ahmed Dahli, Middle East analyst at Foreign Affairs
      2. Welday Futur, economic adviser to the President.
      3. Osman Salih, Minister of at Foreign Affairs
      4. Yemane Monkey
      5. Yemane Charlie
      6. Nebil Seid, First Secretary of the Eritrean Permanent Mission to the UN
      7. Girma Asmerom, Eritrea’s UN ambassador
      8. Saleh Omar, Eritrean Ambassador to South African and the Southern African region
      9. Osman Mohammed-Omar, the Eritrean Ambassador to the U. A. Emirates
      10. Abraham Kidane , the Senior Economic Advisor

  • tarikh June 9, 2015

    Abandoning the country was not and or is not the only option available to one. There’s always been choices to stay back and fight and affect changes from inside.
    With the help of some international organizations and media, the-good-for-nothing resistance has created a myth, portraying Eritrea as a North-Korea of Africa. As much as I dislike the government of DIA, I disagree with that description. This myth was fabricated by the resistance camp to hide their cowardice and lack of activities in side the country and their very absence from the political

    I am aware of the non existence of a political space to act freely inside the country and PFDJ’s attempt to control every aspect of life of Eritreans. But, the reality is by far different. PFDJ virtually controls nothing. It’s been weakened, it’s devided and it just doesn’t have the resources to do the staff it’s dubbed to do.
    Bottom line is that, Yes Eritrea is under brutal dictatorship,that would stop at nothing to eliminate any form of dissent let alone full fledged resistance. Yet, there is plenty of space for those daring individuals with guts.

    • Genet-orginal June 15, 2015

      tarikh
      You are confusing yourself. Correct me if am wrong, but I think you are a confused PFDJan. You don’t think Eritrean people are oppressed like the people in North-Korea. Yet, you are stating that “PFDJ virtually controls nothing. it’s been weakened, it’s divided and it just doesn’t have the resources to do the staff it’s dubbed to do” Fact, PFDJ is destroying our country. I don’t know what you think PFDJ is doing? And then you said, “Bottom line is that, yes Eritrea is under brutal dictatorship, that would stop at nothing to eliminate any form of dissent let alone full fledged resistance. Yet there is plenty of space fro those daring individuals with guts” Dear God! what do you really believe about Eritrea?
      If there is plenty of space for those daring people you are talking about, what are doing yourself. You sound you are guilty of something. I am just saying.

  • Genet-orginal June 16, 2015

    Does any one knows how those people are doing? Is this another G-15 case?

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