17 January 2013

Angola Must Make Better Use of Touristic Resources

Lubango — Angola has natural, cultural and historic resources that must be better exploited to relaunch tourims and get incomes for its development, Angop has learnt.

This was said on Wednesday in Lubango city, by the director of the legal office of the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, Ana Bela da Silva, when commenting on the functioning of the sector.

He said Angola has infrastructures capable of fomenting the activity in this field and providing the development through tourism.

According to her, Angola is in privileged situation, once it has touristic, historic and cultural sites that have not been exploited and that can produce incomes for the state.

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