21 November 2012

Angola: Ambassador to Poland Calls On Young People to Maintain Contact

Warsaw — The Angolan ambassador to Poland, Domingos Culolo, recently here called on the young Angolans in order to continue to maintain permanent contact with the country, aiming at its development.

According to a note issued by the Angolan diplomatic mission that ANGOP got access on Wednesday, the diplomat made the appeal in a ceremony that sought to welcome the 11 November, national independence's day.

In his speech, Dominic Culolo considered it important that young people traveling abroad do not lose connection with Angola and return to the country to contribute to its development.

However, he said that "despite the difficulties, never quit to invest in your training. Today the circumstances that led to this situation are finally over.

He noted that "in the country people are now circulating freely and peace is a proven fact."

The celebrations of national independence in Poland were marked with the holding of a series of activities including a friendly soccer match between Angolans and a dinner party with the community.

The Angolan community in this Central European country is mostly composed of students and the number is expected to grow.

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