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Fri, 23 Feb 2018 15:48 - Updated Fri, 23 Feb 2018 15:48

Completion of fluvial terminal set for August in Soyo

Soyo - The completion of construction works of fluvial terminal, started in November 2016 in Soyo municipality, northern Zaire province, are slated for August this year, said Thursday the minister of Transport, Augusto da Silva Tomás

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Zaire: Minister of Transport, Augusto Tomás (C) assesses projects in Soyo

Photo: João F. Cuti

The official released the information to the press at the end of an-hour working visit to  Soyo.

Augusto da Silva Tomás assessed the implementation of projects attached to

Port and Maritime Institute of Angola (IMPA).

The minister, who praised the progress of the undertakings, put the the execution of the works at around 76 percent.


“With this pace we believe that the completion of works may happen in next six months”, said the minister, who was pleased with the quality of implementation of works.

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