7 November 2012

Angola: Environment Minister Visits Kuando-Kubango Province

Menongue — Angola's minister of Environment, Fátima Jardim, is since Wednesday in Menongue, Kuando-Kubango province, for a two-day working visit to debate the need for the women preserving the environment and helping the country's development, Angop has learnt.

Shortly after her arrival, the minister chaired a talk under the theme Women of Today and the development, led to women with MPLA woman wing (Oma), among other activities.

Fátima Jardim said that the team is in the province, in the ambit of the perspective that the Government will implement, in partnership with sectors for the preservation and maintenance of the environment.

The Cabinet minister acknowledges that Kuando-Kubango plays a great role for the country's development and because is a region with great natural resources, fact that desired the decisions taken by the previous legislature, enabling the creation in that province of two new national parks, one of Luiana and another of Mavinga.

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