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Djibouti called for the release of prisoners held by Eritrea. The President of Djibouti, Ismail Omar Guelleh, in his New Year address to the Nation has called once again for the release of the prisoners of war (POWs) seized by Eritrea during incursions into Djibouti when the Eritreans attacked in June 2008. In his annual address, the President said it was fitting that Djiboutians should remember and honor those martyrs who had died in the service of their country. He said that especially the country should remember those still detained in Eritrean prisons. “We pray that they will be returned to us in 2013,” he said, “We will spare no effort to see this come true, and that we will be able to reach a speedy and favorable end to the conflict over Ras Dumera” he added. Djibouti has repeatedly called for the release of its POWs, still suffering in prisons of Eritrea, a call ignored by the Government of Eritrea. Nor has there been any progress towards resolving this since the end of the fighting, despite the personal efforts of the Emir of Qatar, to mediate the two countries. The President mentioned that 2012 had seen the completion of a number of projects, including the port of Doraleh, and of others which are under construction, among them the new port of Tadjoura, about the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ethiopia for a cross-border supply of drinking water and the construction of a seawater desalination plant agreed with the European Union. He also reminded his audience that 2013 was an election year for the House of People’s Representatives, and for the first time, this will involve proportional representation.