Fri, 02 Jul 2010 11:23 - Updated Fri, 02 Jul 2010 11:23
Angolan and Brazilian marines ready for mission in the community
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Luanda – Marines from Angola and Brazil are trained and ready for integral fulfilment of missions, in the framework of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP), stated Thursday, in Luanda, admiral Augusto da Silva Cunha “Gugu”.
Intervening during the closing ceremony of Second Symposium of CPLP Marine Commanders, organised in Luanda Naval Base since Wednesday, Angolan Navy Chief, Admiral Augusto da Silva Cunha “Gugu”, said that both have an historic trajectory.
According to the admiral besides the re-equipping of Cape Verde marine, other marines from CPLP member countries have potential.