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Mon, 27 Aug 2018 16:57 - Updated Mon, 27 Aug 2018 16:57

Vice President visits Angola House in Zimbabwe

Harare - The Angolan House and Embassy in Zimbabwe received the visit of the Vice-President of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, on Monday morning, who pays a three-day visit to Zimbabwe.

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In the house of Angola, the former residence of the ambassador, the vice president, at the company of the ambassador Hendrick Vaal Neto and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Domingos Vieira Lopes, was informed about its operation and importance.

"It houses all the activities related to reference dates in our country, besides remembering SADC activities, exhibitions and events that portray and transmit the image of Angola and the Angolan people," said the ambassador.

Diplomats such as Bento Ribeiro, Monimambo and others lived in the two-story residence that is now Angola's landmark in the capital Harare.

From the House of Angola the Vice-President went to the embassy, which occupies six floors in a building in the center of Harare, where he toured all the different departments and learned of the activities carried out.

At least 108 Angolans study at Methodist, Catholic and Baptist Universities in Harare, as well as two thousand Angolans who live in the province of Bulawayo, the second largest in Zimbabwe since the 1930s, a community that still preserves national culture and languages

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