Asmara (HAN) September 19, 2014 – Regional Public diplomacy and National security news. The newly appointed Eritrean Ambassadors to the region shows, a diplomatic shift with the Eritrean policy in the region. The newly appointed Eritrean Ambassador to South Sudan, Ambassador Yohannes Teklemicheal, has presented his credentials to the country’s President, Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit.
During the presentation ceremony at State House in Juba, Mr. Yohannes conveyed President Isaias’ greetings to the South Sudan’s President, and expressed readiness to exert efforts to strengthen ties between Eritrea and South Sudan.
Expressing gratitude to the all-round support extended by the people and Government of Eritrea towards ensuring the success of the struggle of the people of South Sudan, President Salva Kiir Mayardit asserted the readiness of the South Sudanese people to a new stage. He also voiced goodwill to President Isaias, as well as success to Ambassador Yohannes in the course of his tenure.
New Ambassadorial appointments targeting emerging threats in the region:
The new Eritrean Ambassador Fasil Gebreselasie has appointed as ambassador to Egypt and presented his diplomatic credentials to President Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi.
The third Eritrean Ambassado Mohammed-Sheikh Abdul-Jeliil presented his credentials to President of Yemen Abdurobo Mansour Hadi.
The regional security and diplomats are eye on Eritrean Ambassador to Egypt: The inauguration ceremony of Ambassador Fasil from Eritrea in Egypt – Cairo and meeting with the Egyptian president Sisi presented by Eri-TV
Photo: Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki with Egyptian President special envoy Ambassador Muna Omar.
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