December 30, 2011

Nation imports additional machineries, heavy trucks, firefighters and public buses

Asmara, 29 December 2011- Along with various development endeavors underway in the country, additional machineries, heavy trucks, public buses and fire fighters are being imported to strengthen the national development drive, reports indicated.

The machineries and heavy tracks brought into the country today would make due contribution in reinforcing the manpower deployed in various development activities and the construction of roads, water reservoirs, expanding domestic mining activity and ensuring food security, among others.

Nationals who observed the imported machineries and heavy trucks voiced gratification and assured that the additional machineries and trucks added would play vital role in reinforcing the national development programs.
They further stated the substantial investment made by the Government is registering satisfactory outcome through securing social justice, and pledged that despite enemy conspiracies, Eritrea will continue to march forward.

It is to be recalled that on December 28 public buses and modern machineries and heavy trucks were imported early this month.

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