Eritrea: Minister Encourages Eritrean Community Members in Angola to Become Beneficiaries of New Investment Prospects in the Homeland

Asmara — Minister Woldai Fitur, Head of the National Investment Center, has encouraged the Eritrean community members in Angola to become beneficiaries of the favorable environment for investment in the Homeland. He made the remark at a meeting he conducted with more than 300 Eritrean nationals in Luanda city, during which he called on the community members to employ their resources to the benefit of the people and the nation, besides stepping up participation in national development programs.

Dr. Woldai went on to explain that the comparative advantages as regards investment in the Homeland pertain to an encouraging legal atmosphere, sound and corruption-free leadership, as well as the infrastructural development that is gaining momentum.

The Eritrean Ambassador to South Africa and the Southern Africa region, Mr. Saleh Omar, on his part gave extensive briefings focusing on the role of nationals in the nation-building process, and called on the citizens to play due role as regards keeping intact national and cultural values. He also expressed appreciation for the community members' commitment towards attaining higher organization, and urged them to sustain such efforts.

The community members said that they would enhance role in the nation-building endeavors and reinforcement of the community's organization.

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