Eritrean nationals residing in Sudan, Canada, Qatar and Yemen celebrate Independence Day anniversary with patriotic zeal
Eritrean nationals residing in Sudan, Canada, Qatar and Yemen celebrated the 19th Independence Day anniversary with patriotic zeal.
Asmara, 3 June 2010 – Eritrean nationals residing in Sudan, Canada, Qatar and Yemen celebrated the 19th Independence Day anniversary with patriotic zeal.
Speaking at the celebration conducted in Khartoum on June 1, the Eritrean Ambassador to Sudan, Mr. Issa Ahmed Issa, outlined the impressive achievements which the nation had registered since independence. He further explained that the historical and strategic Eritrean-Sudanese relations continue to gain momentum.
Thousands of Eritrean nationals and friends of Eritrea, Sudanese Presidential Assistant Mussa Mohammed Ahmed, the Permanent Secretary of International Friendship, Mr. Charles Maniam, as well as representative of Sudanese political parties and Ambassadors of various countries took part in the event.
Similarly, Eritrean nationals residing in the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Rajaina, London, Ontario, Ottawa, Montoya and Winnipeg reiterated readiness to enhance contribution to development programs in the Homeland. Likewise, Eritreans residing in Qatar celebrated the 19th anniversary of Independence Day in a colorful manner.
In a speech he delivered on the occasion, the Eritrean Ambassador to Qatar, Mr. Ali Ibrahim, said that Eritrea is registering gratifying outcome in the development drive through the concerted endeavors. He further called on all nationals to continue their exemplary stance.
Moreover, Eritreans in Yemen marked the Independence Day anniversary, during which the Eritrean Ambassador to Yemen, Mr. Musa Yasin, highlighted the sacrifices which the Eritrean people paid to achieve independence, and the momentous achievements scored after liberation.