12 November 2012

Angola: Independence Regarded As Turning Point - Says Ambassador

Lisbon — The Angolan ambassador to Portugal, José Marcos Barrica, considered on Sunday in Lisbon the national independence (11 November) turning point of the history of Angola, with the conquest of its sovereignty.

The diplomat said so to Angop on Sunday at the end of the football tournament "Angola Avante".

Marcos Barrica highlighted that the self determination and freedom achieved by the Angolan people, which have enabled the country to materialize several deeds, despite the difficulties.

Speaking about the current moment of the country, the ambassador said that Angola is experiencing a turning point of its history with the political and constitutional stability.

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