12 November 2012

Angola: Nation's Embassy in Egypt Displays Film On National Reconstruction

Photo: Al Jazeera
Mohamed Mursi, Egypt's first elected President.

Cairo — A movie on the reconstruction and development process of Angola was exhibited on Sunday in Cairo city in Egypt, in a promotion of the Angolan embassy in that country, under the festivities of the 37th anniversary of the national independence, marked on 11 November.

The film was displayed during a diplomatic dinner offered by the Angolan ambassador to Egypt António da Costa Fernandes, to officials of the local government and diplomatic body accredited in Egypt.

The movie portrays the national reconstruction process with emphasis on recovery of the railways, roads, bridges, construction of hospitals, schools and housing projects.

Speaking to Angop at the end of the exhibition of the movie, the Angolan diplomat highlighted socio-economic and political changes recorded by the country since the conquest of the national independence on 11 November in 1975.

Under the celebrations of the national independence, the Angolan embassy in Egypt held a range of activities such as an exhibition on tourist sites of Angola, a socialization dinner and a music show with the participation of the Angolan singer Selda.

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