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Sat, 14 Apr 2018 11:19 - Updated Sat, 14 Apr 2018 11:19

State secretary highlights importance of academic research

Luanda - The secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Téte António, last Friday in Luanda called on Angolan diplomats to be more and more engaged in academic research and take advantage of the refresher courses provided by the Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI).

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New graduates receive diploma at ISRI

Photo: Antonio Escrivao

Tete António, secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.

Photo: Antonio Escrivao

Téte António said so at the ceremony of handing out 47 diplomas to recently trained graduates of the Institute of International Relations (ISRI), having explained that this is the materialisation of a presidential guideline, in the ambit of the country’s external policy improvement in face of the present challenges.

“Thus, the Higher Institute of International Relations is called to assume more and more its responsibility in the materialisation of the strategies defined at superior level”, he stressed.

He revealed that refresher courses at the ISRI began recently with programmes designed for and attended by ambassadors appointed by the new head of the Angolan Executive, President João Lourenço.  

The Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI), which functions under the umbrella of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, was founded in 2002.

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