Eritrean residents in Angola and the United States made pledges to work harder for the national development program by strengthening their solidarity.
Asmara, 10 February 2016 – Eritrean residents in Angola and the United States made pledges to work harder for the national development program by strengthening their solidarity.
Eritrean residents in Angola met with Mr. Salih Omer, Ambassador to South Africa and the Southern Region of Africa, and discussed the contagious disease, “Dang fever,” that was recently spread, and they extended gratitude to the government of Eritrea for its support. Residents also noted that the positive reinforcement of the Embassy is crucial in maintaining the unity of the community and strengthening its activities.
Ambassador Salih also underlined that the government of Eritrea has had close collaboration with the state of Angola, in general, and especially with its citizens regarding the prevalence of the disease. He then recommended that the Eritrean Union in Angola and the Support Committee, in particular, should work in collaboration to mitigate the problem.
Additionally, Eritrean residents in Sanatoria, California, and Cincinnati and Columbus in Ohio held a meeting focused on community issues and activities.
The head of public and communal affairs of the US Eastern region, Mr. Dawit Haile stated that nationals need to strengthen their unison so as to contribute their part in country’s national development drive.