April 13, 2011

Symposium Of Ministry Of Land, Water And Environment Concludes

Barentu¸ 13 April 2011 – The three-day symposium of the Ministry of Land, Water and Environment in Barentu town concluded. In the course of the symposium, study papers focusing on the tasks accomplished over the past 20 years since independence, including the new land use regulations, water potentials, promoting sound ecology and climate change, among others.

The study papers highlighted that commendable work outcome witnessed in the preservation of natural resources and environmental protection, among others over the past 20 years in which the people demonstrated active participation.In a closing speech, the Minister of Land, Water and Environment, Mr. Tesfai Gebreslasie, explained that the study papers presented at the symposium and the recommendations adopted would make vital contribution in reinforcing the Ministry’s work programs. He further noted the significance of addressing proper management and natural resource conservation tasks.

Mr. Tesfai also called on the public at large and government institutions to enhance contribution in joint endeavors to ensure sound ecology and efficient utilization of the country’s natural resources for the benefit of present and future generations.

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