Mon, 23 Sep 2019 13:01 - Updated Mon, 23 Sep 2019 13:01
Culture Ministry and Total agree on infrastructures recovery
Luanda - The Ministry of Culture and the multinational company Total last Friday in Luanda signed an agreement for the recovery of cultural infrastructures in Angola, as well as the development of projects in Mbanza Kongo City, northern Zaire Province.
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With the signing of such an agreement, the French oil company now becomes an official partner of the Luanda Biennial and, consequently, a partner of the Culture Ministry, as explained to journalists the co-ordinator of the first biennial, Alexandra Aparício.
ANGOP has learnt that the agreement is to last until 2021, year in which the results of the project are to be presented, as well as the new partners that will finance the initiative that is intended to be a forum for the promotion of peace.
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