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The Development Progress In Massawa Indicative of Eritrea’s Development Process: Foreign Visitors

Visiting foreigners who came to participate in the commemoration of the 21st anniversary of the Operation Fenkil, stated that the development progress they witnessed in Massawa is indicative of the overall development process in the country.

Massawa, 13 February 2011- Visiting foreigners who came to participate in the commemoration of the 21st anniversary of the Operation Fenkil, stated that the development progress they witnessed in Massawa is indicative of the overall development process in the country.

Expressing admiration to the infrastructural development in the port city, the visitors  pointed out that the prevailing peace and stability in the country adds impetus to the development endeavors and that what they have witnessed in the reality of the country has completely changed the negative images they had in mind before.

Spanish visitor Adres Romeira said that he was particularly impressed with the people’s unity and that he has never seen in all his travels like the Eritrea people who are so proud of their culture and identity and incessantly work for the betterment of their country. The whole festive atmosphere in Massawa demonstrates the vision of the Eritrean people, he added.

Italian visitor Mr. Roberto Goumta on his part indicated that he was impressed with the development progress in the country, particularly that of the rebuilding of the port city of Massawa. “I have been able to observe that the people and government of Eritrea are engaged in intensive development endeavors,” he added.

Expressing his appreciation of the scenic landscape he was able to observe on his train journey from Asmara to Massawa, Italian visitor Marco Mosti stated that he was very much amazed with the beauty of the port city and that its transformation in such a short time is indicative of the government and people’s commitment.

 

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