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Participants of 6th youth festival describe the exhibition staged in Sawa as portrayal of cultural values of the Eritrean society

Participants of the 6th youth festival described the exhibition staged in Sawa as a depiction of cultural bequeathment, unity in diversity and a platform that showcased artistic competence as well as an overall creative talent of Eritrean youth in an impressive manner.

Sawa, 20 July 2014- Participants of the 6th youth festival described the exhibition staged in Sawa as a depiction of cultural bequeathment, unity in diversity and a platform that showcased artistic competence as well as an overall creative talent of Eritrean youth in an impressive manner.

Ms. Rigat Tadese, who came from the United States of America to participate in the youth festival, expressed that impressive shows have been staged by all regions of the country and commended the Eritrean youths who worked hard to colorfully conduct their festival.

Pointing out that he has personally acquired knowledge from the shows staged in Sawa, Mr. Ibrahim Yacob from Gash-Barka region, on his part said that the youth festival has been a venue for knowledge transfer and an occasion where the talent of Eritrean youth is reveled to a number of participants.

Indicating that the staging of an exhibition through active participation and extensive preparation of the six regions of the country as well as, Sawa and all Institutions of Higher Education has been among the major programs of the festival, Mr. Futsum Berhane, member of the 6th youth festival coordinating committee, said that an impressive exhibition has been staged in a manner that highlight Eritrean cultural values.

 

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