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World Tourism Day marked at national level

World Tourism Day on the 28th of September was marked today at national level under the theme “Tourism and Water: Protecting Our Future” and through soil and water conservation activities in Embaderho area, Serejeka sub-zone.

Asmara, 28 September 2013 – World Tourism Day on the 28th of September was marked today at national level under the theme “Tourism and Water: Protecting Our Future” and through soil and water conservation activities in Embaderho area, Serejeka sub-zone.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Solomon Abraha, Chairman of the Eritrean Tourism Service Association, noted the vitality of water in the tourism industry, and called on such business ventures to practice its prudent utilization. He further called for integrated efforts as regards development of the sector.

Mr. Abraham Teklu, Forestry expert in the Ministry of Agriculture, pointed out that the ongoing nationwide afforestation endeavors have made positive impact, while sustained follow-up and control of trees remain being the inescapable prerequisites for still more gratifying outcome.

Likewise, Mr. Bereket Mosazgi from the Water Department stated that the trend of rainfall distribution and quantity has been witnessing significant degree intermittence over years due to global warming, giving rise to degrading of water resources. “Subsequently, adherence to effective water conservation techniques is a crucial strategy of surviving the given global phenomenon,” he underlined.

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