Angola: Defence Ministry Building Unveiled

Luanda — Angolan minister of National Defence, Cândido Pereira Van-dúnem, on Wednesday in Luanda inaugurated multi-purpose building to accommodate the employees of the sector, as part of celebration of the 37th anniversary of the institution marked on 12 November.

The two-floor infrastructure worths USD 3 million and lasted eight months.

The undertaking will host six service departments of the Defence Ministry, which operate on the current premises of the institution.

After the inauguration, Cândido Van-Dúnem toured some departments along with the officials of the General Headquarters of FAA and the three branches of the Angolan Armed Forces, Army, Air Force and Navy.

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