30 January 2013

Angola: Govt Continues to Create Conditions for Development

Luanda — Angola is experiencing a particular historical moment, marked by continued creation of the essential conditions for the development and tackle economic and social issues of its population.

This was said Tuesday in Luanda by the minister of National defence, Cândido Pereira dos Santos Van-Dúnem during a New Year greetings ceremony presented by defense attachés accredited in Angola.

He underlined that the Executive continues making these efforts with a view to turning the country into a reference in Africa and the world.

Meanwhile, the official recognised that under the leadership of the President and Commander in Chief of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), José Eduardo dos Santos, the organs of the Ministry of National Defense and Armed Forces (FAA) and all Angolans do

not spared efforts to preserve the territorial integrity of the country.

Cândido Van-Dúnem also said that the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) are undergoing a restructuring process to adapt them to the objectives of the multifaceted development of Angola.

This calls for the need of the defence attaches accredited in Angola to give their contribution and solidarity.

Presented New Year greetings to the National Defence minister

attaches from Italy, China, Russia, Brazil, United States, France, Cuba, Portugal, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia.

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