Thu, 23 Jul 2015 18:10 - Updated Thu, 23 Jul 2015 18:10
France to support higher education technology in Angola
Luanda - France is available to support from now the curriculum development and improvement of higher education technology in Angola for a three-year period, as part of co-funding agreement signed Thursday in Luanda.
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Assinatura da Convenção de Co-financiamento Angola/França
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The agreement was signed by the Angolan Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, and French Ambassador to Angola, Jean-Claude Moyret.
According to the French diplomat, the 1.2 million euro agreement will last for three years.
He stressed that the said period can be extended if the parties so wish.
Jean-Claude Moyret stressed that the cooperation is the result of the agreement signed during the visit by the Angolan President, José Eduardo dos Santos, to the European country in April 2014, during which the parties signed a General Cooperation Agreement.
In his turn, the Angolan Secretary of State for Higher Education, Maria Augusta Martins, who also attended the signing ceremony, said that the agreement was crucial to ensure higher education technology.
She noted that the initiative is part of the National Staff Training Plan which focus on the lack of technological courses.
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