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Visiting Eritrean Youths Residing Abroad Laud Development Achievements

Visiting Eritrean nationals residing abroad highly appraised the spectacular historical and archeological sites in the country, as well as the impressive development programs being implemented through the coordinated endeavors of the people, the Government and EDF members.

Adi-Keih, 28 July 2010 – Visiting Eritrean nationals residing abroad highly appraised the spectacular historical and archeological sites in the country, as well as the impressive development programs being implemented through the coordinated endeavors of the people, the Government and EDF members.

The youth from 17 different countries visited the College of Arts and Social Science in Adi-Keih sub-zone, during which they received briefings and planted tree seedlings.

Also in the course of the tour to the strategic Egla-Foro road that connects the Southern region and the Northern Red Sea region, the  nationals observed the progress made in the construction process and the available rich tourism potentials.

One of the youths, Ms. Helen Goitom from Norway, said that she visited the country in 2003 and that a lot of development achievements have been registered since then.   

Mr. Selam Woldai from Sweden on his part explained that the achievements Eritrea is registering in diverse sectors through rebuffing external acts of hostility and conspiracy fully attest to the existing strong national unity. In this connection, he reiterated commitment to step up contribution to the national development drive.

Still another youth, Ms. Senait Gebrai from Denmark who visited the country for the 10th time pointed out that she is deeply impressed with a number of development achievements registered whenever she visits the country. 

 

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