December 17, 2021

Remarks by Ms. Amakobe Sande, UN Resident Coordinator in Eritrea, On the Occasion of the International Human Rights Day

Your Excellency Mr. Osman Saleh, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Eritrea; Excellencies Ministers of Government and Officials of the Peoples’ Front For Democracy and Justice here present; Your Excellencies Ambassadors, Heads of Missions and Members of the Diplomatic Corps Members of the UN Country Team in Eritrea and all UN Colleagues, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen I should like to begin by thanking all of you for turning up this evening as we mark the International Human Rights Day. As always, I wish to sincerely thank you, Minister Osman, for finding the time to be here tonight. We are honoured to have you and all other members of Government as we mark this important day. Thank you all for coming. A few weeks ago, when we gathered to mark UN Day 2021, I remarked that annual observances, such as the one that brings us here tonight, can at times become routine and ritualistic and, that over time, we may become too accustomed to their messages and purpose.


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