The National Council of Eritrean-Americans (NCEA) held its fourth conference from August 1-3 in Dallas under the theme "Building a Strong Nation Rooted in Grassroots Participation."
The opening ceremony was highlighted by minutes of silence to commemorate Eritrean martyrs, the raising of Eritrean and US flags, as well as a discussion focused on the council's diplomatic activities.
Commenting on the activities that the National Council of Eritrean-Americans has been carrying out, Mr. Berhane Gebrehiwet, Chargé d'Affaires of the Embassy of Eritrea, called for strengthening organizational capacity to achieve better results.
Mr. Yosuf Saiq, president of PFDJ in the central region, also held a seminar focusing on the objective situation in the motherland as well as regional developments.
Mr. Saleh Ahmedin, President of Eritrea National Union of Youth and Students also congratulated the fourth annual conference via virtual zoom from Eritrea.
On the occasion, Mr. Alazar Abraham, Mr. Abdlurahman Mohammed Nur, Dr. Mihreteab Gebrehiwet and Ms. Tsige Nemariam provided information on the Decades of Grassroots Movements.
According to the report, the conference was attended by more than 500 citizens from various areas of the United States.