Dictator Isaias Afwerki (Tigrinya: ኢሳይያስ ኣፍወርቂ; born 2 February 1946) who has been head of state of Eritrea since 1993 possesses absolute power. Attended the Africa-Italy Summit in Rom Italy with other African Leaders.

On invitation by the Italian Government Isaias Afwerki and his delegation includes Mr. Osman Saleh, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Ambassador Zemede Tekle, Commissioner of Culture and Sports. Arrived in Rom Italy to participate in the Africa-Italy Summit. The two-day Africa-Italy Summit economy and infrastructure, food security, energy security and transition, and vocational training and culture. arrived in Rome with his delegation, as part of their series of meetings with Italian officials and institutions on 31 January and 1 February, met and held talks with several Italian officials.

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni for extensive discussion on bilateral ties and partnership. During discussions with the Italian Minister of Enterprises, the Minister of Sports and Youth, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and other institutional leaders, Isaias highlighted Eritrea’s commitment to enhancing its transportation infrastructure, water management, railways, irrigation farming, and energy sectors. He provided detailed updates on the advancements made in water conservation and management. The Africa-Italy Summit in Rome, Italy, brought together various African leaders to discuss important topics such as economy and infrastructure, food security, energy security and transition, and vocational training and culture.

We at Eritrea Today, would like to express concerns about the current situation in Eritrea. As you may be aware, the Dictator Isaias Afwerki has recently attended the Africa-Italy Summit in Italy with the intention of securing funds and attention for his regime. However, Mr. Afwerki does not have a clear roadmap for Eritrea in terms of creating jobs, ensuring food security, providing access to healthcare, or supplying safe drinking water for the people of Eritrea. It is imperative that action is taken to address these issues and support the Eritrean people. I urge you to consider taking action to support the Eritrean people and address these pressing concerns. It is my hope that through our collective efforts, we can work towards improving the quality of life for the people of Eritrea. Other concern about the current situation in Eritrea where all men are in the army without limit to life. This has resulted in a shortage of human capital for agriculture and manufacturing works, which are essential for the production of goods and services in the country. This situation will have a negative impact on the quality and quantity of products available for export. It is crucial that the government takes steps to address this issue and provide opportunities for men to contribute to the economy in other ways. We must to raise awareness about this matter and advocate for change. It is essential that we work together to ensure that the people of Eritrea have access to the resources they need to thrive and that the country can continue to grow and prosper.

Eritrea Today