17 December 2012

Eritrea: Youths in Switzerland to Reinforce Organization

Asmara — Eritrean youths residing in Switzerland said that they would reinforce organization with a view to voicing staunch resistance against anti-Eritrea agendas.

They further indicated that the development accomplishments in the Homeland attest to the impact of the integrated popular and government endeavors, and stated that they would enhance participation to this end.

The Eritrean Ambassador to the UK and North Ireland, Mr. Tesfamichael Gerahtu, lauded the youths' spirit of forbearance against the psychological war targeting Eritrea. He further asserted that the nation has registered significant accomplishment in ensuring food security and social justice thanks to the dynamic role of the youth in the nation-building process.

Moreover, Ambassador Tesfamichael underscored that the role of citizen investors is crucial in ensuring sustainable economy, and called on nationals in general and youths in particular to become beneficiaries of the new business prospects in the Homeland.

Mr. Shileshi Idris, Representative of Community Affairs at the Eritrean Embassy, made a presentation pertaining to community activities within this year, and stated that strongly organized youths are a basis for all-round higher accomplishment.

The youths on their part expressed readiness to enhance participation in State affairs.

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