Bologna Festival termed significant chapter in history of nationals residing abroad: Eritrean government’s message
In a message it conveyed in connection with the 40th Anniversary of Bologna Festival, the Government underlined that the event marks a significant chapter in the history of nationals residing abroad.
Asmara, 04 July 2014 – In a message it conveyed in connection with the 40th Anniversary of Bologna Festival, the Government underlined that the event marks a significant chapter in the history of nationals residing abroad.
Conveying the message, Mr. Woldenkiel Abraha, Minister of Local Government, pointed out that the primary objective of Eritrea’s leadership sought the nurturing of a country on the basis of identity, as well as citizen values, besides a strong and prosperous nation, in line with the fundamental objectives of the armed struggle. He further noted that Bologna Festival had significant input in this regard.
Indicating that it is vital to recall the course traversed and the historical victories registered vis-à-vis evaluating the challenges being encountered today, the Minister underlined that the Eritrean people should always bear in mind the perpetrators of the ongoing animosity comprise the same foes of yesterday. In this connection, he said that the anti-Eritrea conspiracies being weaved in diverse guises include sanction, economic conspiracy and migration of youths, among others.
Mr. Woldenkiel went on to explain the Eritrean government’s resolve to withstand enemy conspiracies spearheaded by the US administration in complicity with other hostile quarters.
Moreover, he made note of the endeavors being exerted as regards enhancing popular participation in the political process, reinforcing the PFDJ and ensuring sound administration, as well as management, in addition to the steps being taken towards formulating a constitutions anchored on the values of the struggle for independence and the experience acquired in the post-independence era.