November 21, 2012

Eritrean community members residing in Utrecht city voice readiness to back up national development drive

Eritrean community members residing in Utrecht city voice readiness to back up national development drive

Asmara, 21 November 2012 – Eritrean community members residing in Utrecht city, Holland, voiced readiness to back up the national development drive and demonstrate staunch resistance against enemy conspiracies. They made the pledge at a meeting in which they expressed appreciation for the development accomplishments being registered in the Homeland.

Mr. Tadese Giorgio, Secretary of the community, called on parents to strengthen their role in bequeathing cultural and national values to their children, thus making them active in socio-cultural and economic activities in the Homeland.

Mr. Samuel Tekle, head of the PFDJ sub-branch in north Holland, said that hostile acts of conspiracy designed to impede the nation’s development progress would end up in utter failure, and that the country is at a stage where it is looking towards bright future thanks to the steadfastness of its people and leadership.

Moreover, Mr. Solomon Mehari, head of Eritrean Consular Affairs in Holland, gave extensive briefings regarding the objective situation in the Homeland and the forthcoming Second Eritrean Investment Conference.

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