A number of observers of the 21st Independence Day Anniversary celebrations expressed that that the artistic works being staged are basis for promoting Eritrean cultural values and renaissance.
Asmara, 20 May 2012 – A number of observers of the 21st Independence Day Anniversary celebrations expressed that that the artistic works being staged are basis for promoting Eritrean cultural values and renaissance.
Indicating that Eritrean artistic works had a considerable role in reinforcing the people’s armed struggle for independence, voiced conviction that such activities are playing a vital role in promoting the national development drive and the people’s steadfastness against external conspiracies.
Mr. Domenico Amanuel indicated that the Eritrean people used to depict their longing for independence in various artistic works, and that such works have portrayed the national development endeavors and the achievements registered.
Likewise, Mr. Awet Gebretsadik and Mr. Alem Gebrebirhan explained that the creative works staged in line with Independence Day Anniversary celebrations have demonstrated significant influence on the younger generation with the view to bequeathing national values.
Mr. Nahom Tekeste equally explained that the artistic works are also basis for an overall progress of the country as regards arts and voiced deep impression on the creative works which are aimed at reviving the folklore of the different ethnic groups.