28 February 2014

Angola: Army a Constitutional Values School

The Angolan army is a national school that greatly contributes to the elevation of the constitutional values, as it promotes national unity, gender equality, respect for the national symbols, obedience to the democratically elected organs of sovereignty and the law.

This was said Friday in central Huambo province by the commander of the Central Military Region, gen. Manuel dos Santos Hilário.

The officer was addressing the closing of the 18th methodological meeting of the organs of training and education of the army that went for two days with the theme "Better training quality in the army towards rebuilding".

He said the training policy must focus on the essential values that guide the society.

"We have been following with much enthusiasm the commitment and quality of instruction, training and education recorded in the military training institutions, with to a great extent rewards the effort of the higher command of the Angolan Armed Forces, in continuing to invest in the training toward the building of a strong, respected army, as guarantor of peace and national independence army," said gen. Manuel dos Santos Hilário.

For two days, the 18th methodological meeting of the organs of instruction and training of the army assessed the accomplishment of the combative and patriotic education programme referring to the 2013/2014 period.

The Central MilitaryRegion covers the provinces of Huambo, Bié, Benguela and Cuanza Sul.

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