Asmara — Eritrean coming home from different countries indicated that thanks to the efforts being exerted by the Eritrean communities the Eritrean youths and children born abroad are being able to comprehend the proud history and values of their society and that is the testimony for their coming home every year.
Ms. Arsema Haile who came from Cincinnati, USA, indicated that they are provided with education by the Eritrean communities with regards to Eritrean culture, language, values and most importantly the unparalleled history of the struggle for independence as well as the rich national heritages and that helps them first expand their knowledge about their country and reflect the profile of Eritrea.
She further said that they adequately comprehend that Eritrea came into being with unprecedented sacrifice and that they fully understand that it is their responsibility to assist the families of Martyrs that allowed them see this day.
Saron Haile who said that she recognizes the martyrs who enabled her identify herself proudly as an Eritrean and expressed her delight that she is in a position to acquaint her country with others.
The two youngsters explained that they contributed 200 Dollars they collected on the occasion of June 20, Martyrs Day, to the Martyrs Trust, and that they would reinforce their contribution along side their other compatriots.