26 November 2012

Angola: Minister Stresses Training in Cultural Development

Caxito — Angolan minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva, highlighted Monday in northern Bengo province the training of technicians as solution to better develop the sector in the country.

Speaking to the press, the minister said the training of qualified experts will enable achieve the goals and understand better the new ways to continue with the cultural matters.

The official defended the integration of more technicians in provincial department of Culture, with a view to fulfil the programme outlined by the executive in the sector.

Among the sector's objective, the official referred to the need to establish partnership with the government, mainly in research of the local dances.

Accompanied the minister Rosa e Silva, technicians of her ministry, government officials of Bengo and chieftains.

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