17 August 2007

Angola: President Bush May Appoint Dan Mozena Ambassador to Angola

Luanda — The President of the United States of America, George W. Bush announced Thursday, in that country, his intention to nominate Dan W. Mozena as the new US ambassador to Angola, reveals Friday, in Luanda, a press note from the American Embassy.

If the US President's intention is fulfilled, Dan Mozena will be the sixth diplomat to lead a mission of the USA in Angola, in replacement to Cynthia Efird, who recently ended her three-year mission in the country.

Dan Mozena, member of the diplomatic services, worked as a director of the department for issues of Southern Africa from 2004 to 2007, when he chaired USA's bilateral relation with Angola.

With a great experience in Africa, Dan W. Mozena was the advising-minister in Lusaka, Zambia, worked in the peace board in DR Congo and was the assistant director for outhern Africa issues during the Apartheid transition regime in South Africa.

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