Sun, 04 Nov 2018 12:52 - Updated Sun, 04 Nov 2018 12:51
Production increase to strengthen agri-food sector
Luanda - The increase in agricultural production could boost and stabilize the agri-food sector in the country, said Saturday in Luanda, the Secretary of State for Agriculture and Livestock, Carlos Alberto Jaime Pinto.
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Carlos Alberto Jaime Pinto, Secretário de Estado para a Agricultura e Pecuária - Arquivo
Photo: Henri Celso
increase in Agricultural Production guarantees citizens' quality of life
Photo: Lucas Neto
The official was speaking to the press during a report presentation meeting following a visit by French experts to the provinces of Malanje and Huambo.
He underlined that the Angolan executive is working to overcome the difficulties in this sector and the cooperation with France is a way to strengthen the training of Angolan technicians in matters of agriculture and livestock.
The French Government has already made an announcement of credit lines open to Angola valued at 250 million euros.
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