11 June 2018

Angola: Serbia Wants to Train Angolan Cadets in 2019

Luanda — At least twenty-five cadets of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) may be trained in the military and medical areas in the Republic of Serbia in 2019, within the framework of existing cooperation between Angolan and Serbian Defense Ministries.

In the framework of a trade agreement, Serbia intends to instruct 10 cadets in basic military training and 15 in academic medical studies in the Military Academy of Medicine, three of whom will participate free of charge in their training.

The intention was presented Monday in Luanda by the Serbian Secretary of State, Aleksandar Zivkovic, at the 4th meeting of the Angola-Serbia Defense Cooperation Committee, which runs until the 13th of this month. The Secretary of State for Material Resources and Infrastructure, Afonso Carlos Neto, represents the Angolan party.

If Angola gives green light to the intention, the cadets will begin their studies next January, according to the Secretary of State of Serbia, Aleksandar Zivkovic.

Serbia also proposed an agreement on the mutual exchange and protection of confidential data, cooperation in the security services and the fight against terrorism.


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