15 January 2013

Eritrea: Development Attests to a Bright Future - Diaspora

Asmara — A number of Eritrean community members residing in Australia said that the development accomplishments being registered nationwide attest to a bright future. The nationals made the remarks during an excursion visit to various corners of the country.

Among the nationals, Mr. Mehretab Berhe and Ms. Amna Melekin explained that they made tour of the Southern, Anseba, Northern Red Sea and Gash-Barka regions, and that they could have clear picture of the nation's development progress. They further lauded the equitable distribution of the infrastructures put in place vis-à-vis social service facilities.

Out of the youths who made the tour, Dehab Abdelwahab and Fanuel Simon indicated that it involved an impressive exposure to the nation's cultural diversity, and pointed out that they would organize such visits in the future with a view to acquainting themselves with tourism resources and historical sites of the country.

Mr. Negash Berhan on his part voiced satisfaction with the excursion that ensured personal encounter with EDF members who are playing major role in the national development drive. Moreover, he expressed conviction that such experience is vital in nurturing cultural and national values among the youth generation living abroad.

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