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SOMALIA: OLF leaders depart
Consolidated UN report prepared by the Information Section of the UN Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia from information and reports provided by specialised UN agencies, media sources, the Ethiopian Government and NGOs.
Rome, 13 December 1999 - The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Lamberto Dini, met the President of the State of Eritrea, Isaias Afeworki at the Farnesina today. Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Rino Serri, also attended the meeting.
Talks concerned the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea, with regard to which Foreign Minister Dini reaffirmed as he did last week to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia Italy's full support for the mediation action carried out by the Algerian Presidency of the Organization for African Unity.
Rome, 8 December 1999 - The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Lamberto Dini, received the Foreign Minister of Ethiopia, Seyoum Mesfin, today at the Farnesina. The talks with Mr. Mesfin, who is currently visiting Europe, were also attended by Under-Secretary of State Rino Serri.
With regard to the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea - an issue that was the focal point of the meeting - Minister Dini reaffirmed that Italy and the European Union fully backs the action taken by the Algerian Presidency of the OAU.
ADDIS ABABA (Dec. 7) XINHUA - Ethiopia has been displaying its patience to prevent war and to bring sustainable peace, local media quoted the country's Foreign Minister Seyoum Mesfin as saying Tuesday.
In an interview with the quarterly magazine Merewa, Seyoum said that Ethiopia's patience to resolve its conflict with Eritrea peacefully emanated from the firm belief of the Ethiopian people and government.
DAKAR, Senegal (PANA) - The Eritrean government Thursday urged the international community to help protect the property and interests of its citizens deported from Ethiopia.
HORN OF AFRICA: Guelleh seeks IGAD endorsement for Somali peace plan
KENYA: "Stranded" refugees back in Ethiopian camps
Johannesburg, South Africa. November 15 1999
The war between Ethiopia and Eritrea has displaced hundreds of thousands of people
JUSTIN PEARCE reports
"It was eight months ago the police took him away," Maryam recalls. "First they take the husband to starve the wife."
Security Council members today urged both Ethiopia and Eritrea to exercise maximum restraint in their conflict and voiced concern at the deteriorating humanitarian situation.
ETHIOPIA: Repatriation of Kenyan refugees suspended
ERITREA: Deportations by Ethiopia condemned
Source: MSF 1998-1999 Activity Report
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Geneva, 13 October 1999
Ghion Hagos, PANA Correspondent
ETHIOPIA: Farmland destroyed by floods
ETHIOPIA: Meeting with Somali faction leaders denied
(Geneva: 13 September 1999) As key mine action experts of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) come to Geneva to participate in a series of government-sponsored meetings on mine clearance and mine victim assistance, ICBL's leadership condemned Russia's recent use of antipersonnel mines in Dagestan, as well as recent unconfirmed allegations of use in the conflicts between Eritrea and Ethiopia, and between Pakistan and India.