Misdemeanor perpetrated against Eritrea through unjust UN Sanctions by Ethiopian regime and co-conspirators unraveled, causes worries
The misdemeanor perpetrated against Eritrea on the basis of unjust UN sanctions by the Ethiopian regime and co-conspirators has been unraveled, and thus has caused worries on the part of all its authors.
Asmara, 16 March 2014 – The misdemeanor perpetrated against Eritrea on the basis of unjust UN sanctions by the Ethiopian regime and co-conspirators has been unraveled, and thus has caused worries on the part of all its authors.
In a circular message and work directives it sent to all its diplomatic missions abroad by the end of the last month, the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry disclosed its threats in connection with the fruitfulness of the diplomatic engagements Eritrea has been making with various countries with a view to putting an end to the unjust UN sanction resolutions. In this connection, the office urged its diplomatic representatives to exert efforts in a bid to laying groundwork for practicality of the unjust UN sanction resolutions.
According to the classified documents, the targeted Eritrean diplomatic exercises are related to recent visits of President Isaias Afwerki to Kenya and the Republic of Sudan, visit of heads of various UN bodies to Asmara, Higher Eritrean Envoy’s visit to Paris and its meeting with Monitoring Group as well as the Resolutions Committee, besides the support Eritrea drew in the UPR Meeting in Geneva. To this end, the Ethiopian regime underlined the grave consequences it may face in view of the fact that the negative attitude on the unjust UN resolutions against Eritrea is growing, and that it would thus give Eritrea a favorable condition.
Although it is not a new phenomenon that the unjust UN Sanction Resolutions No.1907 and 2023 are authored by the US, the classified documents have asserted this fact. In conclusion, the diplomatic correspondence of the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry highlighted that the Anti-Eritrea sanction resolutions could not be lifted as long as the United Stated, who still holds the ‘pencil’ of their engineering, did not change its stance on Eritrea. In this vein, the document points out that stepped-up endeavor should be put up to prevent futility of the unjust sanctions.
The Eritrean Ministry of Information indicates that it would disseminate the documents as they are through the national media outlets.
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