22 September 2011

Angola: Serbia Negotiates Building of New Military Hospital

Luanda — The Defence minister of Serbia, Dragan Sutanovac, Thursday in Luanda announced that his government is negotiating with the Angolan military authorities for the construction of a new military hospital in the country, whose site is still being studied.

Speaking to the press at the international airport "4 de Fevereiro" at the end of a two-day visit to Angola, the Serbian minister said that currently are finalizing negotiations to begin the construction of a military hospital in accordance with world levels and patterns.

"These talks are aimed beyond the construction of new hospital, providing medical services and the consequent transfer of knowledge, staff training and management of the hospital," he said.

Dragran Sutanovac stated that Serbia is not present in Angola as a simple vendor for its products, "first of all we want to make a knowledge transfer of technology so that many things can be produced here in Angola, which has a quality that can be helpful to your side".

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