July 17, 2013

Annual festival of Eritrean community members in Germany conducted with patriotic fervor

Annual festival of Eritrean community members in Germany conducted with patriotic fervor

 Annual festival of Eritrean community members in Germany conducted with patriotic fervorAsmara, 16 July 2013 – The 17th annual festival of Eritrean community members in Germany was conducted last weekend in Giessen city with patriotic fervor. The event witnessed seminars, children’s camp, literary contests, pictorial exhibition, youth forum and artistic activities depicting the prevailing popular resistance against hostile agendas.

In a seminar he conducted with the participants focusing on the current political and diplomatic affairs of the nation vis-à-vis the historical arenas thereof, Mr. Yemane Gebreab, Head of Political Affairs at the PFDJ, pointed out that the Eritrean people are in a position to focus on development thanks to the steadfastness they demonstrated against all odds.

He further indicated that reinforcement of all-round capacity regarding governance is vital in safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty.

Moreover, other seminars were conducted scrutinizing charity NGOs, national sports activities and anti-Eritrea agendas, while the participants conducted in-depth discussion pertaining to ongoing development activities in the Homeland.

Citizen students who demonstrated excellence in their academic pursuit received awards from Mr. Petros Tsegai, the Eritrean Ambassador to Germany.

The Eritrean community members also voiced staunch resistance against the UN unjust sanctions imposed on Eritrea, and expressed readiness to enhance role in State affairs.

The event witnessed colorful artistic performances by Walta Cultural Troupe.

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