Eritrea accuses Turkey and Qatar of supporting the opposition to stir up tensions in the country

The Eritrean government on Wednesday issued a statement accusing the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) of Turkey and the country’s operational services provider of supporting the opposition, the Eritrean Islamic League, under the name of the Association of Eritrean Scholars.

The statement issued by the Ministry of Information Eritrean: Turkey is working through the financing of operational services country, and Sudan, which allowed the use of its territory “for malicious purposes.”

“These actions have escalated to obstruct the peace process and positive developments in Eritrea, Ethiopia in particular and the Horn of Africa in general,” the statement said.

Asmara accused Sudan and Qatar on March 23, 2018 of supporting extremist groups, she said, claiming that Sheikh Mohammed Jumaa had plans to organize political and military activities against President Afewerki’s government.

Source: Dehai Eritrea Online