Eritrean community members in Khartoum and its environs have asserted readiness to live up to expectations through higher organizational capacity.
Asmara, 02 February 2015 – Eritrean community members in Khartoum and its environs have asserted readiness to live up to expectations through higher organizational capacity. They made the pledge in connection with the 3rd conference the members conducted recently.
Speaking on the occasion in which over 400 participants, representatives of national associations and East Sudanese community citizens took part, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, Charge d’affaires in the Eritrean Embassy in the Republic of Sudan, noted the historical background of Eritrean community organization in that country and the role played in the days of armed struggle for independence. He also stated that the present communities are playing active role in safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty and ensuring economic progress.
Mr. Yemane Tesfaselasie, Chairman of the community, presented a report accomplishment over the past three years, and expressed appreciation for nationals demonstrating active participation in strengthening the activities of the community.
Commending the exemplary attachment of Eritrean citizens with the Homeland, Mr. Idris Mohammed-Seid, Secretary of Eritrean-Sudanese Friendship Association, further voiced readiness to exert efforts for the benefit of both peoples, in collaboration with the Eritrean Embassy and community.
The participants adopted action plan for the future and elected a 33-member Managing committee.
The Conference also witnessed the staging of cultural performances by Hidri Cultural Troupe of the Community.