Angola: Govt Prioritises Former Combatants With More Severe Disabilities

Luanda — The minister of Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, Kundi Paihama, on Wednesday here said the priority in matters of residences will be given to members with more severe disabilities and elderly people, ANGOP has learnt.

The minister said so to the press, in the end of a visit he paid to a progressive construction projects, which has already 48 residences concluded, in Ramiros ward, Belas Municipality, as well as the logistics centre for support to former combatants and veterans of the homeland.

Kundy Paihama expressed his satisfaction because it is an old project that took long time to be concluded. It will be handed over on January 13, 2013, the former combatants day.

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