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Fri, 10 Aug 2018 15:01 - Updated Fri, 10 Aug 2018 15:01

Minister defends participatory dialogue among cultural agents

Luanda - Angolan minister of Culture Carolina Cerqueira Thursday in Caxito, northern Bengo province, highlighted the need for a participatory and inclusive dialogue among cultural agents focusing on cultural, national and world historical heritage, and national historical figures.

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Culture minister, Carolina Cerqueira, grants audience to Prince of Dembos, António Salvador

Photo: Cortesia de Venceslau Mateus

The minister was speaking at the opening of the Consultative Council meeting with the cultural agents of the Bengo province, as part of her two-day visit to the region.

In order to attain the desired development at the level of the region in all sectors, Carolina Cerqueira defended the need to work together, exchanging ideas and information.

The minister highlighted the commitment and dedication of the Angolan Executive, under

President João Lourenço, to improve the living conditions of Angolans.

She also said the attainment of desired social development entails a united nation, social peace, unity,  social and inclusive justice.

Upon her arrival in Bengo province, Carolina Cerqueira held a meeting with the governor Mara Quiosa, and the Prince of the Dembos, António Salvador.

The visiting agenda of minister includes meetings with the local traditional, religious and cultural agents.

The minister also visited cultural institutions and sites of historical memory in Ambriz.

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