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NewsEritrea's President departs for Moscow to meet Putin after China visit

Eritrea’s President departs for Moscow to meet Putin after China visit

Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki departed from Asmara this morning for a four-day official visit to Moscow, Russia, after being invited by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This visit comes just a few days after President Isaias’s trip to China, where he held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss bilateral relations.
“On the invitation of President Vladimir Putin, President Isaias Afwerki departed to Moscow in mid-morning hours today for a four-day official visit,” Eritrean Minister of Information, Yemane G. Meskel tweeted.
Presidential delegation includes Foreign Minister Osman Saleh and Commissioner for Culture and Sports, Ambassador Zemede Tecle, according to him.
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