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National Museum of Eritrea To Conduct Research On Preserving Historic Relics Vis-à-Vis National Development Drive

The Head of the National Museum of Eritrea, Dr. Yosief Libsekal stated that the Museum will conduct a study aimed at ensuring work efficiency in preserving historic relics vis-à-vis the national development endeavors.
Asmara, 10 May 2010- The Head of the National Museum of Eritrea, Dr. Yosief Libsekal stated that the Museum will conduct a study aimed at ensuring work efficiency in preserving historic relics vis-à-vis the national development endeavors.

Dr. Yosief told ERINA that the various development projects being carried out in different parts of the country are carried out in consultation with the National Museum and pointed out the need for a study so as to have a complete information on the location of archeological sites and artifacts in the country and  thus implement development projects accordingly.

Indicating that archeological relics cannot be preserved without the collaboration of the public, Dr. Yosief reminded that people need to step up their contribution towards the proposed study.

Stating that the numerous archeological findings that have been acquired so far are a testimony to Eritrea’s ancient civilization, Dr. Yosief called on administrators of different sub zones to explore the National Museum’s records. 

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