Angola and Unesco Sign Agreement for Biennial of Luanda

Luanda — The Angolan government and UNESCO signed on Tuesday, in Paris, an agreement for the holding of the Biennial of Luanda a Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace in Africa, in September 2019.

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Angola and UNESCO sign agreement

The event aims at bringing African countries together in a synergy aimed for the promotion of a culture of peace, harmony and brotherhood among peoples, through activities and civic cultural manifestations involving elites of the continent, representatives of the civil society, chieftains, religious persons, intellectuals, artists and sportspeople.

The document was signed by Angola's Culture minister, Carolina Cerqueira, who underlined that the county's experience in overcoming hardships must be transmitted to the participants, thus, contributing to the achievement of peace in the continent.

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