Eritrean Embassy Washington DC

Eritrean Embassy Washington DC Eritrea's diplomatic mission to the United States of America in Washington, D.C.
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Virtual Public Seminar:Chargé d'affaires Berhane G. Solomon of Embassy Eritrea DC Sunday March 21st starting at 3:00 EST...
03/16/2021

Virtual Public Seminar:
Chargé d'affaires Berhane G. Solomon of Embassy Eritrea DC
Sunday March 21st starting at 3:00 EST (Washington/ New York)
ሕዝባዊ ሰሚናር ብማንዛ - ፈጻሚ ጉዳያት ኤምባሲ ኤርትራ ኣቶ ብርሃነ ገብረሂወት
ሰንበት መጋቢት 21 ካብ ሰዓት 3፡00 ድ. ቀ. ዋሽንግተን ዲሲ

We had a productive meeting with Amb @fitsumaregaa & staff yesterday.We discussed ways to better coordinate the overall ...
03/10/2021

We had a productive meeting with Amb @fitsumaregaa & staff yesterday.We discussed ways to better coordinate the overall constructive efforts of our Embassies & concordance of the crucial role our Diaspora’s play in the face of current challenges.
#EritreaPrevails
#EthiopiaPrevails

02/09/2021

Sloppy Journalism at its Worst

In its “February 12” publication entitled Tigray, Ethiopia”, US-based Magazine, The Week, carries a defamatory story on Eritrea that was apparently cobbled together from dubious sources without minimal verification for factual accuracy and veracity.

The article states: “When Abiy (Ethiopia’s PM) sent troops to Tigray to quell what he said was a political rebellion, thousands of Eritrean troops unofficially joined the fight on the side of Ethiopian government forces”.

First off, this portrayal is a gross distortion of the perilous events that unfolded in Ethiopia in the first week of November last year. As it is well known, the TPLF launched on November 3, a pre-emptive, multi-pronged, and massive attack on the entire positions and bases of Ethiopia’s Northern Command. The TPLF’s goal was to neutralize this largest contingent of the Ethiopian Armed Forces and seize its entire weaponry which constitutes almost 80% of Ethiopia’s ordnance. All this information is in the public domain; much of it in the very chilling words of senior TPLF leaders, who even bragged about the “historic Central Committee Meeting” which endorsed the dangerous war plan.

The turmoil and mayhem that would have ensued in Ethiopia, and the larger region as a whole, had this evil act of war succeeded is unimaginable. But when this dangerous attack callously launched during a harvest time was foiled - remnants of this cabal and network of lobbyists, interests groups and institutions that had supported the TPLF for over 27 years have gone into overdrive to make a scapegoat of Eritrea by fabricating narratives of “harrowing atrocities”.

The Week has obviously fallen into this trap without asking fundamental questions. In the first place, Eritrea’s foreign policy is predicated on cardinal principles of international law; namely the full respect of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of its neighbors. As to the conduct of Eritrean soldiers, the track record is there. Let alone after independence, even during the armed struggle, the EPLF army adhered fully to the Geneva Conventions and protected captured enemy soldiers. In this regard, the EPLF army extended significant support to the EPRDF forces during the last years of the Mengistu regime. Its impeccable track record on full compliance with all the Geneva Conventions on human and humanitarian rights is a matter of historical record.

Embassy of the State of Eritrea Washington, DC
08 Feb 2021

https://us.embassyeritrea.org/2020/03/28/embassy-of-eritrea-press-releases/

02/06/2021

The Embassy of The State of Eritrea to the United States is deeply disappointed and expresses its profound dismay with the statement issued yesterday by the U.S. Embassy in Asmara on its page, with unwarranted and unfounded gross accusations against Eritrea. The Embassy has also ironically contradicted itself in its message by calling for an “independent” investigation after endorsing unsubstantiated accusations by the sworn adversaries campaigning to vilify Eritrea. These types of statements, as unexpected as it was, will help neither the efforts underway to improve the bilateral relations between our two countries, nor the peace and friendship that has positively been progressing between Eritrea and Ethiopia.

02/06/2021
01/28/2021

Press Release: Former US Ambassadors to Ethiopia: Fanning the flames of Conflict

Four former US Ambassadors to Ethiopia wrote an open letter to Ethiopia’s Prime Minister last week expressing their “concern on the recent political developments in the country’’. The open letter was published in the Reporter on January 26 this week upon their express request.

While we prefer not to comment on their biased views in regard to the situation Ethiopia, we cannot but express our profound dismay at their provocative and ill-intentioned swipe at Eritrea in their letter. The Ambassadors insinuate a non-existent threat from Eritrea to the “territorial integrity of Ethiopia’’.
Let us first skim through the track record of these Ambassadors whose collective service in Ethiopia spans the critical years – from 1999 until 2016 – of intermittent wars and conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea.

1. On 5 February 1999, the TPLF regime falsely claimed that Eritrean fighter aircraft had bombed the town of Adi Grat. This was a pernicious lie advanced by the TPLF to rationalize the second huge offensive that it launched the next day in flagrant breach of the Moratorium on Air Strikes brokered by President Clinton and signed by the two parties on July 7, 1998. It must be recalled that one of the signatories of the open letter, Ambassador Shin – as indeed was the case with the US State Department – kept mum even as the TPLF regime launched a massive war that raged for more than a month inculcating the loss of tens of thousands of lives and huge destruction of property.
2. In September 2003, the TPLF regime formally rejected the EEBC Arbitral Award that was rendered in accordance with the provisions of the Algiers Peace Agreement that was brokered by the US/EU, and that upheld the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Eritrea and Ethiopia on the basis of the colonial treaties and international law. Again in this instance, the US State Department, and the then US Ambassador to Ethiopia, actively endorsed the TPLF’s violations of international law and its continued occupation of Eritrean sovereign territories.
3. In June 2016, the TPLF regime launched an unprovoked and massive offensive against Eritrea on the Tsorona front. The response from the US or its resident Ambassador in Ethiopia followed the same pattern of active endorsement of these perilous and illicit acts.

Throughout these dark years, Eritrea was on the receiving end of incessant acts of military aggression and violation of its sovereignty and territorial integrity by the TPLF regime. Yet, its principled stance – amplified at Independence Day on 24 May 1998 in the keynote address of President Isaias Afwerki – was and remains the same: “Eritrea does not covet an inch of the territory of its neighbors; nor will it yield an inch of its territory”.

This is history today. The state of permanent war has come to end when both countries signed the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship in Asmara on July 9, 2018. The Agreement stipulates, among other things, “the end of the state of war…the implementation of the EEBC decision” and heralds a “new era of peace and friendship between the two countries”.

In the event, the allusion by these Ambassadors to potential territorial war between Eritrea and Ethiopia can only be disingenuous in content and vicious in intent.

Embassy of the State of Eritrea
Washington, DC
28 Jan 2021 https://us.embassyeritrea.org/2020/03/28/embassy-of-eritrea-press-releases/

Reminder to all Eritreans in the USA about COVID-19 during the Holidays (No. 5)As we approach almost a year of since the...
11/25/2020

Reminder to all Eritreans in the USA about COVID-19 during the Holidays (No. 5)

As we approach almost a year of since the COVID-19 outbreak, there have been almost 60 million infections and 1.4 million deaths have been reported globally. The United States alone there are almost 13 million cases and over 264 thousand people have already lost their lives due to the virus. The fact that the United States alone has accounted for 22% of infections and 19% of deaths of these global figures, makes it easy to understand it has reached a very alarming stage. The change in weather doesn’t help and in fact makes it worse. Some countries including the United States have been hit with the second wave and are heading into another round of lockdown.
Although there is hope for vaccine, it is anyone’s guess there will be more damage from the virus before the vaccine is approved and distributed. The holiday season and Thanksgiving Day in particular, which is typically a day of gathering for family and friends can increase the chances of spreading the virus. We are seeing more and more public health and government officials making their pleas for caution. Keeping in mind that this holiday is an annual occurrence and understanding gatherings can lead to higher risk of infections, we urge every family to avoid unnecessary travel and restrict celebrations within your respective households and exercise utmost care. Until such a time where there is a solution for this pandemic, we hope and believe everyone will take necessary precautions for yourself and everyone around you.
Safety first!
Victory to the masses!
Embassy of Eritrea
Washington, D.C.
November 24th, 2020

https://us.embassyeritrea.org/2020/03/28/embassy-of-eritrea-press-releases/

https://us.embassyeritrea.org/2020/03/28/embassy-of-eritrea-press-releases/መዘኻኸሪ ንኩሎም ኤርትራውያን ኣብ ሕ/መ/ኣመሪካብዛዕባ ኩነታት ኮቪድ-1...
11/24/2020
Embassy of Eritrea Press Releases

https://us.embassyeritrea.org/2020/03/28/embassy-of-eritrea-press-releases/

መዘኻኸሪ ንኩሎም ኤርትራውያን ኣብ ሕ/መ/ኣመሪካ
ብዛዕባ ኩነታት ኮቪድ-19 ኣብ እዋን በዓላት (ቁ.5)
ለበዳ ኮቪድ-19 ካብ ዝኽሰት ዛጊት ዓመቱ ክመልእ ኣብ ዝገማገመሉ ዘሎ ግዜ፡ ብዓለም ደረጃ ልዕሊ 60 ሚልዮን ሰባት ተለኺፎም፡ ልዕሊ 1.4 ሚልዮን ድማ ሞይቶም ኣለዉ። ሕ/መ/ኣመሪካ ንባዕላ ዝተለኽፉ ኣስታት 13 ሚልዮን ክኾኑ ከለዉ፡ ልዕሊ 264 ሽሕ ድማ ሂወቶም ስኢኖም ኣለዉ። ካብ’ቲ ብዓለም ደረጃ ወሪዱ ዘሎ ማህሰይቲ ኣመሪካ ጥራይ በዚ ቫይረስ ካብ ዝተለኽፉ 22%፡ ዝሞቱ ድማ 19% ዘጠቓልል ምዃኑ ዘሕዝንን ኣዝዩ ዘሰክፍን ኩነታት ከምዝኾነ ንምርድኡ ኣየጸግምን። እቲ ኩነታት ድማ ኣብ ክንዲ ዝመሓየሽ፡ ምስ ምቅይያር ኩነታት ኣየር ኣብ ዝኸፍአ ደረጅኡ በጺሑስ ኣመሪካ ሓዊስካ ብዙሓት ሃገራት ብካልኣይ ማዕበል ተወቒዐን ዳግም ናብ ምርጋጥ ገጸን ይምለሳ ምህላወን ምልክት ናይ’ቲ ገና ዘይተወገደ ሓደጋ ኢዩ። ክታበት ተስፋ ተረኺብዎ’ኳ እንተሎ፡ ጸዲቑ ኣብ ግብሪ ክሳብ ዝውዕል ገና ከቢድ ማህሰይቲ ክስዕብ ምዃኑ ክእመት ይከኣል።
ስለዚ ድማ፡ ምስ ምእታው ቅንያት በዓላት ብፍላይ ድማ እቲ ኣብ ኣመሪካ ብመዓልቲ ምስጋና (Thanksgiving Day) ስድራቤታት መቕርብን ዝተኣኻኸብሉ በዓል ንኣቱ ብምህላውና ነቲ ኩነታት ከጋድዶ ከምዝኽእል ዝምልከቶም ሰብ ሞያን ሰበ-ስልጣንን ብጻዕቂ ካብ ዘጎሳጒስሉ ዘለዉ ጉዳይ ምዃኑ ኩላትና ንዕዘቦ ኣሎና። ስለዚ፡ ብምኽንያት እዚ በዓል፡ ነብሲ ወከፍ ስድራ ነዛ ተጠውያ ድሕሪ ሓደ ዓመት ትመጽእ በዓል ሰኣን ጽምም ኢልካ ምሕላፍ፡ ዘየድሊ ምትእኽኻብ ክፈጥሮ ኣብ ዝኽእል ሓደጋ ምእታው ብሓቂ ዝግባእ ከምዘይኮነ ብምስትውዓል፡
ካብ መገሻን ዘየድሊ ምንቅስቓሳትን ተቖጢቡ ሰብ ኣብ በቤቱ ብሰላም ከብዕልን ኩሉ ዘድሊ ጥንቃቐታት ከዘውትርን ኣጥቢቕና ንምሕጸን።
እዚ ለበዳ ተሳዒሩ መፍትሒ ክሳብ ዝርከብ ነብሲ ወከፍ ሰብ ድሕነቱ፡ ድሕነት ስድራ ቤቱን ካልኦት ኣብ ከባቢኡ ዝርከቡ ሰባትን ምሕላውን ምድግጋፍን ዘድልየሉ ወሳኒ ግዜ ስለዝኾነ፡ ኩሉ ሓላፍነት ዝስመዖ ሰብ ብምስትውዓል ብሓላፍነትን ክዋሳእ ከምዝኽእል ልዑል እምነትና ንገልጽ።
ድሕነት ልዕሊ ኩሉ !
ዓወት ንሓፋሽ!

መዘኻኸሪ ንኩሎም ኤርትራውያን ኣብ ሕ/መ/ኣመሪካ ብዛዕባ ኩነታት ኮቪድ-19 ኣብ እዋን በዓላት (ቁ.5) ለበዳ ኮቪድ-19 ካብ ዝኽሰት ዛጊት ዓመቱ ክመልእ ኣብ ዝገማገመሉ ዘሎ ግዜ፡ ብዓለም ደረጃ .....

11/03/2020
Eritrean Embassy Washington DC

ዘሐጉስ ብስራት፥
ግዱሳት ዜጋታትና ነዛ ዝጠቐስናያ ሓበሬታ ተኸታቲሎም ንመንእሰይ ዮናስ ተስፋልደት ምስ ወላዲኡ ከምዝራኸብ ጌሮም ኣለው። መንእሰይ ዮናስ እንቋዕ ሓጎሰካ! ነዚ ክውን ዝገበርኩም ዜጋታትና ኸኣ ምስጋና ይብጻሕኩም።

መርሓባ፡ መንእሰይ ዮናስ ተስፋልደት ብስርዓት ወያነ ተሰጉጉ ንዝተፈልዮ ወላዲኡ ንምድላይ ክንተሓባበሮ ስለዝሓተተና፡ ብወገንና ፈተና ነካይድ ኣለና። ኩሉኹም ግዱሳት ክትተሓባበርዎ ከኣ ንምሕጸን።
Hello, my name is Yonas Tesfaldet Gebremedhin. I was born on June 30 1999 in Addis Ababa Ethiopia; My Father name is Tesfaldet Gebremedhin Gaber and My Mother name is Bayoush Gebreamanuel Tekeste.
I am searching for my father Tesfaldet Gebremedhin. Aged between 40 and 49 and he is tall. I never met him since I was born I don’t have his picture, He gave his photo to my mother on his way to Kenya but she lost it, when I was about to be born, he went to Kenya and then to the United States between the year around 1999, He was expelled from Ethiopia because he was Eritrean, at the moment in 1998, It was the beginning of the Eritrean-Ethiopian border conflict.
He was originally from Eritrea, He came to Addis Ababa before the Eritrean-Ethiopian border conflict. When he was in Addis Ababa he lived in a neighborhood called ‘beklo bet’. He had his own photo booth or photo gallery in Saris Addis Ababa, called Solomon photo named after his brother Solomon Gebremedhin and he met my Mother when she was working for his photo studio. Their relationship lasted about one year. While he was in Kenya, they exchanged postal mail with my mother. She sent him letters and my photo and he sent her letters and he wanted my name to be petros if she is willing but she named me Yonas, after he moved to the United States; however, their relationship was cut off. My mom didn’t try to find him after that. She left me with my grandparents and went to Yemen for 10 years, every now and then she came to Ethiopia to visit us. Then she moved to Canada in 2013, she also took me to Canada when I was 16 years old in 2016. Now I live with my mother.

His family members that my mother knows are
Tesfaldet Gebremedhin families
Gebremedhin Gabir
Father

Lemelem
Mother

Solomon Gebremedhin
Brother
He live in Eritrea
Habtu Gebremedhin
Brother
He moved to the united kingdom.
Asmeret Gebremedhin
Sister

Nibyat Gebremedhin
Sister

Gabriel G.Andemicael
Uncle
He live in London, united kingdom

My mother says he looks like me, I can send my photo if needed. Just let me know, reply to this email. I want to meet him. It's the most important thing in my life.
Thank you very much for offering to help find my father, I really appreciate your willingness to assist. It is helpful to have someone for guidance. I Look Forward to Hearing from You, let me know of anything new. You can text me on VIBER.

Please email (or replay) to [email protected] if you have any questions.
Thank you,
Yonas Gebremedhin
Tel+ 1 403 836 1472
Alberta, Canada

10/18/2020

መርሓባ፡ መንእሰይ ዮናስ ተስፋልደት ብስርዓት ወያነ ተሰጉጉ ንዝተፈልዮ ወላዲኡ ንምድላይ ክንተሓባበሮ ስለዝሓተተና፡ ብወገንና ፈተና ነካይድ ኣለና። ኩሉኹም ግዱሳት ክትተሓባበርዎ ከኣ ንምሕጸን።
Hello, my name is Yonas Tesfaldet Gebremedhin. I was born on June 30 1999 in Addis Ababa Ethiopia; My Father name is Tesfaldet Gebremedhin Gaber and My Mother name is Bayoush Gebreamanuel Tekeste.
I am searching for my father Tesfaldet Gebremedhin. Aged between 40 and 49 and he is tall. I never met him since I was born I don’t have his picture, He gave his photo to my mother on his way to Kenya but she lost it, when I was about to be born, he went to Kenya and then to the United States between the year around 1999, He was expelled from Ethiopia because he was Eritrean, at the moment in 1998, It was the beginning of the Eritrean-Ethiopian border conflict.
He was originally from Eritrea, He came to Addis Ababa before the Eritrean-Ethiopian border conflict. When he was in Addis Ababa he lived in a neighborhood called ‘beklo bet’. He had his own photo booth or photo gallery in Saris Addis Ababa, called Solomon photo named after his brother Solomon Gebremedhin and he met my Mother when she was working for his photo studio. Their relationship lasted about one year. While he was in Kenya, they exchanged postal mail with my mother. She sent him letters and my photo and he sent her letters and he wanted my name to be petros if she is willing but she named me Yonas, after he moved to the United States; however, their relationship was cut off. My mom didn’t try to find him after that. She left me with my grandparents and went to Yemen for 10 years, every now and then she came to Ethiopia to visit us. Then she moved to Canada in 2013, she also took me to Canada when I was 16 years old in 2016. Now I live with my mother.

His family members that my mother knows are
Tesfaldet Gebremedhin families
Gebremedhin Gabir
Father

Lemelem
Mother

Solomon Gebremedhin
Brother
He live in Eritrea
Habtu Gebremedhin
Brother
He moved to the united kingdom.
Asmeret Gebremedhin
Sister

Nibyat Gebremedhin
Sister

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTSupplementary Information for Returning Eritrean Residents from the USAThe Government of Eritrea h...
10/11/2020

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Supplementary Information for Returning Eritrean Residents from the USA
The Government of Eritrea has started the process for legal residents who have been stranded abroad since the COVID-19 related travel restrictions to return to Eritrea. Accordingly, the registration process has started, and everyone will be informed of the travel timetable and travel arrangements via email. We appreciate everyone’s patience, and in the meantime we remind you of the following additional requirements: https://us.embassyeritrea.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Returning_Residents_Additional_Information.pdf )
1. Upon obtaining the Embassy’s permission to return, returning residents are required to obtain a COVID-19 Negative PCR Test Certificate within 72 hours of the date of the trip. Anyone without such a (COVID-free) certificate will not be able to board the chartered flight to Eritrea. Thus, travel plans should be made accordingly.

2. Returning residents will be quarantined for a period of 14 days upon arrival in Eritrea. However, with the shortage of available accommodations, returnees should be cognizant that they may be paired to room together (two per room).

3. All expenses—chartered flight, food, and accommodations during quarantine and COVID-19 PCR Testing (at the end of quarantine)—will be the full responsibility of the returning residents.

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October 10, 2020

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