London — The chairman of the Angolan Athletics Federation, Carlos Rosa, said Thursday in London, that the country must make a better use of t he historical relations with Cuba and with the countries of the ex-Eastern Europe bloc concerning training of trainers.
Speaking to Angop, the official stressed that those countries have large experience, particularly regarding individual sports that can be truly useful for Angolans.
He also spoke of the importance of partnerships with them, with a view to a better use of the historical ties that united them to Angola, so that in the span of four to eight years Angola starts recording positive results.
Carlos Rosa said Angola has a large human potential that should be explored through the creation of conditions that include housing and food.
The official is in London, where he watched the participation of the two Angolan runners, Manuel antonion and Felismina Cavela, at the Olympic Games of 2012.