Luanda — In 37 years of independence Angola achieved benefits in different sectors, reflected on the improvement of the population's living conditions, stressed the Angolan ambassador to São Tomé and Príncipe, Eduardo Alfredo Mingas.
The diplomat spoke Sunday in São Tomé City, in an act which marked the November 11 (Angola's independence day)'s central act in the archipelago, having stressed the construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, the government's commitment to health, education and policies which boost the economy.
Eduardo Mingas said that November 11 marked the end of decades of colonial domination.
The role played by the first President of Angola, António Agostinho Neto, in the process that led to the liberation of Angola, was also mentioned by the diplomat.
The officer also noted in his speech the figure of the Head of the Angolan Executive, José Eduardo dos Santos, who has done much for the country to achieve more and more growth in all sectors.