Angola: Peace Benefits Country's Cultural Sector

Luanda — The minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva, Tuesday in Luanda said that the ten years of peace Angola has been enjoying is enabling the country to be more interconnected.

The minister said so to journalists at the end of a visit the ministers, secretaries of State and representatives of culture from the Portuguese Speaking Community (CPLP), paid to the International Biennial of Poetry.

According to Rosa e Silva, peace has enabled a better knowledge of the reality in various localities of the country.

She added that thanks to the progresses scored, artists have had more opportunity to develop and promote their creations.

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