30 September 2003

Angola: Community in Canada Told About Country's Problems

Luanda — The Angolan community in Quebec, Canada, was told over the weekend, about the integration of the Angolan staff trained by the other institutions and not by the Scholarship Institute, ANGOP has learnt on Monday.

According to a press note sent to ANGOP, the group gathered last weekend to attend an act meant to explain matters related to consular, community and organising aspects, and was presided by Angola's ambassador to that North America country, Mr Miguel Nzau Puna.

The participants at the event, were also worried with the problem concerning to linguistics expression, for being on basis of the divisionary equivocals within the Angolan community, when it comes for the identification of Angolans.

To give a response to all these concerns, Ambassador Nzau Puna appealed for serenity, and urged the group to follow up the country's developments and to consult constantly the legislative tool in force.

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