Eritrea: Diplomatic Activities By Eritrean Nationals

3 October 2019

Asmara — Eritrean nationals residing in various countries have conducted various diplomatic activities portraying their attachment with their homeland.

According to report, economic forum was organized on 27 September in Pfullingen, Germany, to discuss the investment and trade opportunities in Eritrea and Ethiopia.

At the forum in which representatives of over 40 German organizations took part. Mr. Teklu Lebasi, head of Public, Diplomatic and Media at the Eritrean Embassy in Germany, said that owing to the relentless effort of the people and Government of Eritrea the countries of Horn of Africa and the Red Sea and Nile Basins have created conducive ground for cooperation and that Eritrea is working by designing programs targeting national and regional developments.

Mr. Yohannes Eyasu, economic and investment adviser on his part gave extensive briefing on the important sectors for investment in Eritrea and conducted discussion with various organizations with a view to increase the understanding of the business communities about Eritrea.

Likewise, one day workshop was conducted on 28 September in Birmingham for representatives of YPFDJ and national organizations from all cities in the United Kingdom aimed at strengthening organizational capacity.

Indicating that the Eritrean people and its leadership in the past 20 years have emerged victorious foiling the external conspiracies aimed at derailing its economic progress, Mr. Estifanos Habtemariam, Eritrean Ambassador to the UK and Northern Ireland, expressed the significance of strengthening organizational capacity in this new era unfolding in the region.

The participants elected five members executive committee at UK level and expressed readiness to strengthen participation in the implementation of charted out programs.

In the same vein, Eritrean community members in Munchen and Cologne contributed 4,600 Euros in support of families of martyrs.

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