Angola: Albino Malungo Chairs Workshop On Neto's Deeds

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Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos.

Daegu — The Angolan extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador to South Korea, Albino Malungo, highlighted in Seoul the deeds of Agostinho Neto during the the struggle of the national liberation that ended with the conquest of the national independence on 11 November in 1975.

The diplomat said so during a seminar held in the Hispanic Cultural Centre of Daegu city.

The Angolan ambassador recalled that Agostinho Neto was the one who proclaimed the independence of Angola.

The workshop was held under the celebration of the 37th anniversary of the national independence, to be marked on 11 November.

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