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Eritrean community members in Sewakin to enhance participation in national development endeavors

Eritrean community members in Sewakin city, Sudan, reiterated readiness to enhance participation in national development endeavors. They made the pledge during a celebration event they organized in connection with the 22nd Independence Day anniversary.

Asmara, 6 June 2013 – Eritrean community members in Sewakin city, Sudan, reiterated readiness to enhance participation in national development endeavors. They made the pledge during a celebration event they organized in connection with the 22nd Independence Day anniversary.

Among the community members, Mr. Humed Mohammed-Ali, Mr. Saleh Osman and Ms. Lucia Tesfahunei stated that the community is exerting efforts to ensure all-round participation in the nation-building process through enhancing organizational capacity.

Mr. Andebirhan Woldemichael, chairman of the community, noted that the Sudanese city used to serve as a sanctuary to freedom fighters during the armed struggle for independence, and pointed out that the celebration of the momentous Day gives rise to overwhelming impressions.

Mr. Ahmed Mohammed, a Sudanese national, congratulated the Eritrean people and their leadership, and explained that the current status of the nation is an outcome of their steadfastness.

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