Asmara– Delegates from the Republic of South Sudan met with the Eritrean head of Civil Aviation, Mr. Paulos Kahsai and signed a bilateral agreement to set up an imaginary airlines.
The agreement, which recognized the financially difficult situation of both countries presently, calls for the utilization of ‘local expertise’ in order to make the common dream a reality.
“As such, Eritrea will provide its experts in the national service program who can fold any piece of paper and make it a cost-effective paper plane.” Said the Eritrean Air Chief.
Speaking on behalf of the South Sudanese Government, Mr. Stephen Rombe underlined the momentous nature of the bilateral agreement and that it was about time that both countries used their best efforts in the pursuit of a common goal.
“THERE’S A LOT WE CAN LEARN FROM OUR ERITREAN COUNTERPARTS, ESPECIALLY, THE PRINCIPLES OF SELF-RELIANCE PUT FORTH BY HIS EXCELLENCY, THE PRESIDENT OF THE STATE OF ERITREA, ISAIAS AFWERKI.” SAID MR. ROMBE.
Mr. Rombe also thanked the President of the glorious State of Eritrea, President Isaias Afwerki, who was gracious enough to take a moment off his dam building efforts and meet with the South Sudanese delegation at his makeshift/tent office in Adi Halo.
The ceremony was concluded with the Eritrean Civil Aviation bestowing gifts of His Excellency’s framed portrait pictures to be hanged at the offices of the South Sudanese Aviation Authorities.