Eritrean community in the Republic of South Sudan holds 5th congress on 18 December in Juba under the theme “Independent Choice- Backbone of Our Pride”
According to the report presented by Eng. Amare Gebreab, chairman of the Eritrean community, said that the number of members of the community has reached to about 10 thousand and out of the about 139 cases submitted to the community related to social issues 33% have been resolved through sub-committees, about 40% through the community office and about 14% have been transferred to the office of the Embassy.
At the event, heads of national associations and community school presented messages of solidarity and expressed readiness to play due part in the successful implementation of the activities of the community.
Commending the progress being registered by the community school in advancing the teaching-learning process, Mr. Yohannes Teklemicael, Eritrean Ambassador to South Sudan, called on nationals to strengthen participation in the implementation of programs for 2023.
At the congress reports focusing on finance and infrastructure were presented and the participants conducted extensive discussion.
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