3 August 2014

Eritrea: Building Strong Modern Economy - Basic Strategy of Nation Building: Ambassador Feshatsion Petros

Asmara — At a seminar he conducted to participants of the Eritrean community festival in Scandinavia, Ambassador Feshatsion Petros explained that building strong modern economy has been the basic strategy of nation building, and that Eritrean nationals living inside the country and abroad are working hard towards that end.

The Ambassador said that reinforcing productivity, capacity building as well as strong organization are basic components for building strong and modern economy, and called on participants to work for preserving the strong values of the society.

He further stated that for the last 15 years the conspiracies on the part of the external forces have been targeting the youth aimed at deterring the economic development of the country, and that all external conspiracies have been foiled by the staunch resistance of the Eritrean people living inside the country and abroad.

The participants on their part expressed conviction to work for the success of the national development programs and conduct staunch resistance against the conspiracies of external forces by reinforcing organization.

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