The Sudanese Teachers Association delegation which currently is on a working visit here held meetings with heads of the Northern Red Sea regional Administration upon arrival in the port city of Massawa on February 19.
Massawa, 20 February 2015 – The Sudanese Teachers Association delegation which currently is on a working visit here held meetings with heads of the Northern Red Sea regional Administration upon arrival in the port city of Massawa on February 19.
During a meeting with the delegation, Mr. Tesfai Tekle, Director General of social service in the region, pointed out that the current visit by the delegation attests to the strong relations between the brotherly peoples of Eritrea and the Sudan.
Similarly, Mr. Reshid Mohammed Osman, head of the Education Ministry’s branch in the region, briefed the delegation focusing the prevailing education background of the region before and after independence and noted the significance of the visit towards sharing experience in both sides.
In the same vein, Mr. Abas Mohammed, Chairman of Sudanese Workers Federation for Education sector, explained that the commendable education service registered here attests to the higher commitment of the Government. He also commended the momentum gained in the Adult Education program.
Following the meeting Mr. Abas told Erina that the present visit is aimed at fostering relations between the National Confederation of Eritrean Workers and Sudanese Professionals Association on the basis of exchanging experience and ideas.
Also speaking at the meeting, Mr. Hamid Ibrahim, head of organizational affairs of the NCEW in the region, pointed out that the visit would give impetus to the implementation of previously reached agreements between Eritrean and Sudanese professional Associations.
During its stay in the port city, the delegation made tour to the teachers club, historical mosques of Sahaba and Hamal-Ansarin, in addition to observing a pictorial exhibition displayed in connection with Operation Fenkil.