Eritrean community members in Dubai and northern UAE express resolve to back up national development drive
The Eritrean community members in Dubai and northern United Arab Emirates (UAE) expressed resolve to back up the national development drive and foil anti-Eritrea schemes. They made the pledge during a meeting they held in Dubai. Asmara, 9 June 2012 – The Eritrean community members in Dubai and northern United Arab Emirates (UAE) expressed resolve to back up the national development drive and foil anti-Eritrea schemes. They made the pledge during a meeting they held in Dubai.
The community members indicated that the Eritrean people and their leadership would never succumb to enemy ploys designed to impede the country’s development momentum, and that the accomplishments registered in the nation-building process attest to the prevailing spirit of the people’s steadfastness. They also asserted that external conspiracies would result in utter failure thanks to the staunch resolve of the people and Government of Eritrea.
Stating that the citizenry fully understand that safeguarding the nation’s dignity involves fulfillment of every national’s duty, Rev. Niamin Tesfatsion and Ms. Tirhas Tsegai expressed conviction that Eritrea would remain dignified and achieve higher progress thanks to the steadfastness of its people and clear vision of the leadership.
Mr. Omar Haj Mohammed-Hassen and Ms. Akberet Zeregabir said on their part that external conspiracies aimed at impeding interaction with fellow citizens in the Homeland are but indications of the frustration of enemy quarters.
They also voiced readiness to sustain the 2% remittances in line with their goodwill to back up national development programs.
Likewise, Ms. Amna Saleh and Mr. Woldemichael Akeza expressed confidence that the nation would attain the cherished level of development on the basis of self-reliance.
Expressing satisfaction with the Eritrean community-owned Hall in Dubai, the citizens living in the UAE explained that the availability of such a facility is vital for their overall activities.