The minister of Hotels and Tourism, Pedro Mutinde, left the city of Luanda on Sunday with a delegation of his department, en-route to the south-eastern Kuando Kubango Province, where he will co-ordinate the works at the Regional Symposium on Okavango-Zambeze Project, happening in Menongue City on 21-23 October.
ANGOP has learnt from a source with the delegation that among other issues, the event will deal mainly with issues such as the "updating of procedures on dealing with animals", in the point of view of preserving the ecosystem.
Beside this debate, which will last three days, the delegation led by minister Pedro Mutinde will also visit various areas connected to the Okavango-Zambeze Project and the Okavango-Zambeze and Okavango Tourism Basin, situated in Dírico municipality.
The referred project is made by Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana, all members of Southern Africa Development Community (SADC).
After the mission to Kuando Kubango, the government official and his delegation will travel to the southern Cunene Province to participate in the 5th Hotels and Tourism Consultative Council, to happen on 23-25 October, in Ondjiva City, under the topic "Angola is tourists destination".