Eritrea’s assignment – driven by Mr. Biniam Berhe, Charge d’Affaires in the Mission to AU and Economic Commission of Africa – took an interest at the 37th Meeting of the AU Council of Ministers held from 13-14 October.
The 37th Meeting of the AU Council of Ministers centers basically around the needs and institutional issues of the Union.
The Eritrean appointment driven by Mr. Biniam Berhe, Charge d’Affaires in the Mission to AU and Economic Commission of Africa conveyed a message concerning Eritrea’s situation on the issues raised at the gathering.
As to the spending draft for 2021, the Eritrean assignment reviewed that the AU had passed a goal in 2015 to raise assets from part states as opposed to depending on unfamiliar awards, while the truth stays unaltered.
In such a manner, the Eritrean appointment emphatically prescribed for the Union to utilize its inside assets and institute the key choice it made five years back.
Praising part states for the effective endeavors they are making in battling the COVID-19 pandemic, the AU Council of Ministers focused on the need to strengthen these endeavors at local and mainland levels.
The AU Council of Ministers at long last affirmed the financial plan for 2021.