Thu, 20 Apr 2017 14:56 - Updated Fri, 21 Apr 2017 06:36
Angola, Morocco discuss cultural cooperation
Luanda - Angola and Morocco analysed Thursday in Luanda the strengthening of relations during a meeting between the Culture minister Carolina Cerqueira and Moroccan ambassador Souad EL Alaoui.
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Angola and Morrocco discuss cultural cooperation
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During the meeting, the minister Carolina Cerqueira reiterated the two countries' availability to reinforce the cooperation in the fields of culture, staff training and dissemination of the sector’s reality of the two peoples.
In turn, the Moroccan diplomat expressed the intention to hold a multicultural exhibition in Angola in order to publicise his country's reality in the fields of arts, gastronomy, fashion, music and audio-visual.
However, Angola has recently attended a Conference on Cultural Heritage and the Private Sector in Morocco, representation of a delegation led by the Minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira.
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