Eritrean President Discusses Path to Development

There are 2 comments on the May 18, 2012, Voice of America story titled Eritrean President Discusses Path to Development. In it, Voice of America reports that:

Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki calls the country's development drive over two decades of independence "a success story." "We have achieved a lot, and our culture has helped us a lot to create an environment for sustainable development," he told VOA in an exclusive interview ahead of the 21st anniversary of his country's independence on May 24.

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FreeKuNaMa

Brussels, Belgium

#1 May 20, 2012
What Development are U Talkin about??? What we witness is a lot of Eritreans are Crossin There Shit hole country Border all The way to Sudan Ethiopia Shimelba SiNa Egypet etc.in massssss Every Day of There Life Period!) Now is that a Development To Ya ? Ahahahahahahahhaha Huh Asmarino.com Hurts Soooooooon Very Soooon Shabia and it's Dogs will be in HELLLL!!!
Sirak Tekle libsu

Eritrea

#2 May 22, 2012
What development can u even notice u jerk,by the way how did u get there u " kunama", on foot?

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