17 May 2018

Angola to Hold Training Sessions in Portugal

Luanda — Angolan athletes will benefit from some facilities in some High Performance Sport Centers in Portugal, if necessary and request by Angolan institutions.

This was confirmed Thursday in Luanda by the manager of Market project access, Pedro Lopes.

Lopes confirmed this to Angop on the sideline of the presentation meeting of different facilities in Portuguese sector, held at Luanda's

Cidadela sport compound.

The official said that Angola is one of the 10 countries chosen to promote the initiative on using the training centers.

Without disclosing the other countries, but he said that in case of adhesion, the Angolan athletes and other users will benefit from possible discounts on costs, as well as facilities and services to be discussed between the parties.

He also pointed the privileged relations between the two countries as one of the advantages to be taken into account in their

interests and in contribution to the development of Angolan sport.

Several Angolan teams have chosen Portugal as their favorite venue for training sessions.

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