Mon, 17 Jul 2017 17:58 - Updated Mon, 17 Jul 2017 17:58
Angola: Vice President back to Luanda
Luanda - Angola's vice president Manuel Vicente returned Monday to the country's capital, Luanda, after he inaugurated the Academy of Fisheries and Sciences of the Sea in Moçamedes City, south-western Namibe Province.
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Vice president of Republic, Manuel Vicente
Photo: Francisco Miúdo
Manuel Vicente was welcomed at Luanda's "04 de Fevereiro" International Airport, by minister of Social Welfare, Gonçalves Muandumba, and senior officials of his office.
The Academy has 25 classrooms and 30 laboratories. The lessons in the institution kicked off last May with 576 students.
The academy is the country’s first higher education institution of this type and runs courses in the areas of sailing, administration and management, naval mechanics, fish processing technology, aquaculture and marine resources.
Manuel Vicente, who paid a few-hour visit to Namibe, was accompanied by minister of State and head of the President’s Security Office, Hélder Vieira Dias, Finance minister Archer Mangueira and other presidential aides.
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