Tue, 06 Mar 2018 17:31 - Updated Tue, 06 Mar 2018 17:31
UN website "inserts itself in time of reforms", says minister
Luanda - The Minister of Social Communication, João Melo, said today in Luanda that the UN website in Angola, launched on Monday, is part of the time of reforms that the World Organization and the world are going through.
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Mass Media minister, João Melo, at launching ceremony of the UN Website in Angola
Photo: Pedro Parente
The official was speaking at the launching of the United Nations website in Angola and stressed that these reforms are necessary.
He also added that this website will certainly be useful for Angolan citizens and institutions, and the Ministry of Social Communication is committed to disseminating this website to the fullest, in order to stimulate its use by Angolans.
The website "UN Angola" was launched by the United Nations in Angola, through the Office of Operational Activities of the United Nations Development System in Angola.
To access the page, Internet users should click (www.oruangola.org). There are also other sites, such as "About Us", "UN Agency", "Our Work" and "News and Contact".
Speaking at the opening of the event, the coordinator of the communication group of the UN System in Angola, Niko Wieland, hoped that this platform will serve to unite and better communicate the commitment to create a more sustainable world.
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