Participants of East Africa Youth Forum 2012 express high regard for the prevalence of peace and stability in Eritrea
The participants of the East Africa Youth Forum 2012, which was conducted from 7 to 10 July, voiced high regard for the prevailing peace and stability in Eritrea. Asmara, 14 July 2012 – The participants of the East Africa Youth Forum 2012, which was conducted from 7 to 10 July, voiced high regard for the prevailing peace and stability in Eritrea.
During a visit to the port city of Massawa, the representatives of youth institutions and organizations from the Republic of Sudan, Mauritius, Republic of South Sudan, Somalia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Egypt, said that the prevailing stability in the country attests to the harmony between the people and the leadership.
Mr. Mohammed Osman, a Sudanese, and Mohammed Ali, a Somali, indicated that observing remarkable development accomplishments in Eritrea and the people’s lifestyle at ease has enabled them to comprehend Eritrea’s correct image.
Mr. Benjamin Gakur, a Kenyan, and Ms. Rihan Mohammed, an Egyptian, equally voiced satisfaction with the Eritrean people’s hospitality, and explained that the country has substantial tourism potential.
Peace and stability in Eritrea is the outcome of popular harmony, Mr. Mohammed Al-Hassan asserted.
In a meeting she conducted with the East African youths, Ms. Tsigereda Woldegiorgis, Administrator of the Northern Red Sea region, underlined that Eritrea could register remarkable development accomplishments thanks to the independent political path it is pursuing and dedication on the part of citizens, especially youths. She also called on the East African Youths to reinforce joint initiatives that could bring about lasting stability in the Horn region.