14 November 2012

Angola: Ambassador Eduardo Ruas Speaks of Nation's Conquests

Conakry — The Angolan plenipotentiary ambassador to Guinea Conakry, Eduardo Ruas de Jesus Manuel, said that with the conquest of peace in Angola in 2002, the government took giant and safe steps for the consolidation of political stability and socio-political development of the country.

Manuel Ruas said so on Monday in the festivity ceremony of the independence of Angola in Conakry.

The diplomat said that the Executive is working hard in order to reinforce democracy, national reconciliation and cohesion, at the same time it advances with meaningful successes for the macro-economic stabilization and establishment of base for a growth and development of the country.

Manuel Ruas recalled as an example that from 2002 to 2008, Angola was one of the countries that recorded greater growth rate in the world estimated at 17 per cent.

O diplomata angolano aclarou que o clima de paz que o país vive permitiu ao Governo a construção de milhares de escolas, hospitais, postos e centros de saúde, portos, aeroportos, caminhos-de-ferro e mais de seis mil 500 quilómetros de estrada.

The ceremony was attended by government officials of Guinea Conakry, representatives of the diplomatic body, civil society, international organisations, business people and members of the Angolan community residing in that country.

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