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Eritrean nationals in Australia and New Zealand commemorate Martyrs Day

Eritrean nationals residing in Australia and New Zealand decided to assume responsibility for catering to 61 additional families of fallen heroes they made the pledge during the commemoration event of Martyrs Day. Asmara, 23 June 2011 – Eritrean nationals residing in Australia and New Zealand decided to assume responsibility for catering to 61 additional families of fallen heroes they made the pledge during the commemoration event of Martyrs Day.
During the commemoration event the nationals held in their respective areas, they agreed to enhance their contribution in support of martyrs’ families. The residents of Perth, Australia, donated 3,000 dollars and assume the responsibility of catering to the 36 additional families of martyrs.
The residents of Melbourne city also decided to cater to 15 families of fallen heroes and donated 3,500 dollars from selling candles to augment the Martyrs Trust Fund. Similarly, nationals in the city of Sydney contributed 1,735 dollars and agreed to support for 4 martyrs’ families. Moreover Eritreans residing in Adelaide city agreed to assume the responsibility of catering to 6 families of fallen heroes.
Speaking on the occasion, the Eritrean Consul General in Australia and New Zealand, Mr. Beshir Idrisnur, said that June 20 is a day during which an assessment should be made on the progress of national development programs implemented and renew commitments to live up to the nation’s expectations.
Meanwhile, Eritrean nationals in Nairobi, Kenya, staged various programs highlighting Martyrs Day and held candle vigilance, during which they voiced determination to honor the trust of martyrs.
The Eritrean Ambassador to Kenya, Mr. Beyene Russom, pointed out on the occasion that the commemoration of Martyrs Day is an occasion to renew the pledge to honor the trust of martyrs.

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