Eritrean State is a country in north of East Africa. Neighbors; It is surrounded by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south and Djibouti in the southeast. The country's east and northeast extends along the coast of the Red Sea. Saudi Arabia and Yemen are directly opposite. Some of the Dahlak Archipelago and Hanish Islands belong to Eritrea. Area; 117,400 km2. Its capital is Asmara.
Cities in Eritrea
Eritrea phone code: +291
Eritrean currency: Eritrean
Asmara, Massawa, Tessenei, Assab, Keren, Akordat, Mitsiva, Assab, Nakta.
Eritrean economy is based on agriculture and animal husbandry. 85% of the population lives in rural areas, most of them are engaged in animal husbandry. The industry is concentrated in the capital Asmara and is mainly based on food products, woven and leather goods. In addition, in the Kobar Pit, Mitsiva and Assab salt is produce.
Eritre’s Export Products
There are airports in Asmara and Assab. The road network connects the country to Ethiopia and Sudan. Mitsiva, the railway passing through the mountains, connects Asmara and Bişa.
Copper Ore, Gold, Precious Metal Ore, Zinc Ore and Precious Stones.
Eritre’s Import Products
Wheat Flours, Raw Sugar, Electricity Generating Sets, Automobile and Rubber Tire.
Export Countries of Eritrea
China, United Arab Emirates, India, Serbia and Canada.
Import Countries of Eritrea
China, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Brazil and Italy.
Nations Living in Eritrea
The largest ethnic group in Eritrea is the Tigrinians, which account for about 48% of the population. The second largest ethnic group is the Tigers, which make up 31% of the population. The third largest ethnic group is the Afars, which constitute 4.3% of the population. The fourth ethnic group is Becas, which has a 3.8% share of the population.
Eritrea’s Spoken Languages
Official languages: Tigrinya, Arabic, English