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Visiting Eritrean youths from Diaspora highly appraise development programs in the country

Eritrean youths from different parts of the world who visited the Northern Red Sea region said that the implementation of development and infrastructure programs in the country is the manifestation of the existing close ties between the people and the Government.
Massawa, 30 July 2010 – Eritrean youths from different parts of the world who visited the Northern Red Sea region said that the implementation of development and infrastructure programs in the country is the manifestation of the existing close ties between the people and the Government.

They explained that the speedy pace of development being registered in the country is the outcome of the unity and dedication of the people and its leadership, as well as clear political path.

One of the visiting youths, Ms. Niyat Kidane from Canada, expressed satisfaction for personally witnessing her Homeland in which she was only knew about it from her parents and the media. She further stated that she was particularly impressed with the coexistence and mutual respect of the Eritrean nationalities, as well as the active participation of women in all domains.

Mr. Robel Mesfin and Mr. Rim Hadish, both from Germany on their part commended the role being played by the youth in the implementation of development programs. They went on to say that they continue to witness a number of progress every time they come to visit the Homeland.

Still another youth, Mr. Senai Kahsai from California, USA, highly appraised the development programs under implementation and asserted readiness to enhance contribution to this end.

In the course of the visit, the youth numbering 350 visited archeological and historical sites in Massawa city, the Northern Red Sea Regional Museum, the port, Gergusum beach and Semenawi Bahri, among others.

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