Angola: Vice President Re-Inagurates Namibe-Tombwa Road

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Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton during her meeting with in Luanda.

Namibe — The Vice-president of the Republic, Manuel Vicente, re-inaugurated on Sunday the Namibe/Tombwa road, under the commemorations of the 37th anniversary of the national independence, being marked on 11 November.

Angop learnt that the road was built between June 2008 and September 2011 and it has 93 kilometres of extension.

On the occasion, the Minister of Construction, Fernando da Fonseca, said that Namibe province is located in the road axle of great importance for counrty's social and economic development, taking into account its location.

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