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 Eritrea 
 Main prefix
 E3 
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 +3 h 
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 ITU zone
 48 
 CQ zone
 37 
 
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 Flag 
 Flag description 
Red isosceles triangle (based on the hoist side) dividing the flag into two right triangles; the upper triangle is green, the lower one is blue; a gold wreath encircling a gold olive branch is centered on the hoist side of the red triangle.
 
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 Eritrea 
 Capital: 
Asmara (formerly Asmera)
 Administrative
 divisions: 
6 regions (regions, singular - region): Central, Anelba, Southern Red Sea, Northern Red Sea, Southern, and Gash-Barka.
 Population: 
4,906,585 (July 2007 est.)
 Languages: 
Afar, Amharic, Arabic, Tigre and Kunama, Tigrinya, other Cushitic languages
 Geographic
 coordinates: 
15° 00' N, 39° 00' E
 Area total: 
121,320 sq. km
 Land area: 
121,320 sq. km
 Water area: 
0 sq. km
 Total land
 boundaries: 
1,626 km
 Borders
 with neighbor
 countries: 
Djibouti 109 km, Ethiopia 912 km, Sudan 605 km
 Coastline: 
2,234 km total
mainland on Red Sea 1,151 km, islands in Red Sea 1,083 km
 Elevation
 extremes: 
near Kulul within the Denakil depression -75 m - Soira 3,018 m
 Internet
 country code: 
.er
 Currency: 
nakfa (ERN)
 Name -
 conventional
 long form: 
State of Eritrea
 Name -
 conventional
 short form: 
Eritrea
 Name - local
 long form: 
Hagere Ertra
 Name - local
 short form: 
Ertra
 Former name: 
Eritrea Autonomous Region in Ethiopia
 Independence: 
24 May 1993 (from Ethiopia)
 Constitution: 
the transitional constitution, decreed on 19 May 1993, was replaced by a new constitution adopted on 23 May 1997, but not yet implemented
 Government
 type: 
transitional government
following a successful referendum on independence for the Autonomous Region of Eritrea on 23-25 April 1993, a National Assembly, composed entirely of the People's Front for Democracy and Justice or PFDJ, was established as a transitional legislature, a Constitutional Commission was also established to draft a constitution, Afworki ISAIAS was elected president by the transitional legislature, the constitution, ratified in May 1997, did not enter into effect, pending parliamentary and presidential elections, parliamentary elections had been scheduled to take place in December 2001, but were postponed, currently the sole legal party is the People's Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ), though a draft political parties law is under consideration
 National
 holiday: 
Independence Day, 24 May (1993)
 
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