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Wed, 14 Aug 2019 18:10 - Updated Wed, 14 Aug 2019 18:06

MINJUD wants student associations at country service

Luanda - The Minister of Youth and Sports, Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, Wednesday, in Luanda, regarded student associations as one of the foundations for the broad participation of young people in the social and economic development of the country.

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Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, who was speaking at the opening of the Forum “The Angolan Student Associative Movement”, said that the State promotes and encourages the creation of youth and student platforms, as they are primordial partners in the dynamics and materialization of the rights and policies for the aforementioned target people.

“Youth and student associative movements have always contributed, with cadres of reference and recognized quality, clothed with remarkable patriotism and citizenship, committed to the common good that they have done a great deal and to this day make the country great”, he underlined.

The Cabinet official also stressed the need for members of student associations to keep the organization stronger and stronger, as they are fundamental elements in the transmission of principles and values.

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