12 December 2012

Angola: Secretary of State Stresses Head of State's Efforts

Luanda — The secretary of State for National Defence Policies, Gaspar Rufino, Tuesday in Luanda stressed the effort of the Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, in the implementation of programmes which brought about peace, in 2002, and guaranteed the reconciliation and reconstruction of peace.

The official spoke at the courtesy presentation ceremony of the delegation of students from 15th course of the Kenya National Defence College, led last Friday by General Njuki Mwaniki.

During his intervention, the secretary of State explained to visitors the Angolan history, with regard to the efforts to promote political stability, economic and social development of Angola.

In this context, the official asserted, under the leadership of President José Eduardo dos Santos everything was done to end the war and begin the process of reconstruction as well as the consolidation of democracy in the country.

The secretary stressed as benefit of the definitive peace, the free flow of people and goods, absence of military confrontation in the country, diversification of the economy, increase of infrastructures, among other benefits.

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