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Eritrean citizens inside the country and abroad have contributed about 14 thousand euros, 3 thousand 660 dollars and 36 thousand nakf to replenish the Martyrs’ Trust Fund and to support the families of the martyrs and the National Association of Eritrean War Invalids.

According to the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, 26 citizens of the Netherlands have contributed 5 thousand 220 euros and 700 dollars to support 14 families of martyrs, “Association of Martyrs of June 20” in Aschaffenburg, Germany, 2 thousand 800 euros to support 4 families of the dead, citizen of Malawi 1 thousand 420 euros in support of 2 families of the victims, members of the National Union of Eritrean Women in Giessen 1 thousand 420 euros in support of 2 families of the victims and cultural group “Handay” in Giessen 1 thousand 420 in support of 2 families there were martyrs.

A citizen of Asmeri, who wishes to remain anonymous, contributed 36,000 Naqfs to support 3 families of martyrs, and a citizen of Switzerland contributed 300 euros in additional aid to 2 families of martyrs he had previously pledged to support.

In the same vein, the Eritrean community in Kansas, USA, and the Tewahda Orthodox Church in Mannheim, Germany contributed $1,100 and €300, respectively, to increase the National Trust Fund.

Likewise, Eritrean women in Firnheim, Germany contributed 2,500 euros to support the National Association of War Invalids of Eritrea.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the Eritrean Ministry of Information.

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