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Sun, 14 Jan 2018 12:39 - Updated Sun, 14 Jan 2018 12:39

Transport minister assesses construction of new airfield in Cuito

Cuito - Angolan minister of Transport Augusto da Silva Tomás Friday said that he was pleased with the construction and quality of the new airfield at "17 de Setembro" Cuito Airport, central Bié province.

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Bié: Works underway at Cuito airport

Photo: LEONARDO CASTRO

Minister of transpart(L) assesses works at Cuito airport

Photo: Leonardo Castro

This was during a few-hour visit to the project to assess the execution level of the work, going around 73 percent.

In turn, the director of the company in charge of construction works, Wang You Gang, told ANGOP that the passenger and cargo terminals are still to be completed, adding that the works will be delivered next July.

The Minister of Transport also visited the train station of Benguela Railways (CFB) in Cunje commune, seven kilometers north of Cuito city.

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