8 January 2013

Angola: Secretary of State Defends Promotion of National Culture Day Festivities

Luanda — The secretary of State for Culture, Cornélio Caley, defended Tuesday the need for greater expansion of the National Culture Day festivities throughout the whole Angolan society.

In an interview to ANGOP, during the ceremony of placing wreaths on the monument, located in the Independence Square in honour of the first Angolan President, António Agostinho Neto, the official said many people are not aware of the date.

On the other hand, the government official stressed that youths should work to follow the guidelines of the Ministry of Culture.

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