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Artistic exhibition opens here depicting barbaric acts of Ethiopian colonizers

An artistic exhibition depicting the barbaric acts of Ethiopian colonizers against peaceful Eritrean citizens is open to the public here in the capital in connection with Martyrs Day.

Asmara, 19 June 2015 – An artistic exhibition depicting the barbaric acts of Ethiopian colonizers against peaceful Eritrean citizens is open to the public here in the capital in connection with Martyrs Day.

Ambassador Zemede Tekle, Commissioner of Culture and Sports, opened the exhibition by Artist Ghidei Gebremichael at Liberation Avenue. It highlights the barbaric acts of the colonizers against innocent Eritrean citizens during the years 1967 to 1975 in general and the acts of slaughter against peaceful nationals in Hazemo in particular.

Similarly, a documentary film and pictorial exhibition portraying similar enemy acts in Adi-Ibrihim, Adi-Kukei, Megoraib, Metkelabet, She’ibgedged, Ailet, and other 62 villages, as well as in Asmara city are featuring at the show.

Moreover, the PFDJ branch in the Central region has staged artistic performances in connection with Martyrs Day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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