20 May 2012

Eritrea: May 24 Would Live Deeply Cherished in Our Hearts - Nationals

Asmara — A number of nationals expressed that the Independence Day Anniversary would live deeply cherished in their hearts.

Mr. Tekeste Michael and Ms. Kisanet Goitom voiced profound admiration for the achievement of the Eritrean independence through prolonged armed struggle and unparalleled sacrifice.

In the same manner, Mr. Andebirhan Berhane and Ms. Semira Nurhusein, asserted that the virtue of steadfastness prevailing among the people of Eritrea attests to their uncompromised goal of ensuring lasting freedom and progress.

Ms. Lula Gebremeskel on her part expressed conviction that the current spirit of Independence Day Anniversary celebrations demonstrates the Eritrean people's resolve to resist any external conspiracies against Eritrea.

Mr. Abu'lqasim Ali and Jemal Mohammed Imam, Sudanese tourists, expressed appreciation with the patriotic spirit of Independence Day Anniversary celebrations in Asmara and the way the city has been embellished.

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