Sun, 24 Mar 2019 11:28 - Updated Thu, 23 May 2019 18:08
Tourism sector: Restructuring infrastructure among priorities
Moçâmedes -Angola's Tourism sector is committed this year to the restructuring and planning of infrastructure as well as the training of staff to contribute to the development of the country?s economy.
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Alves Primo, State secretary for hotel and tourism
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
The pledged was made by Secretary of State for the sector, Alves Primo, on Saturday in south-western Namibe province.
Addressing a closing ceremony of the 2nd Forum on Investments Opportunities in Namibe, he drew attention to the training of man.
The official described the man as the key element in the implementation of policies aimed at achieving the tourism objective in sector nationwide.
He also spoke of the Executive’s commitment to implementing the Memorandum agreed with entrepreneurs and tourist associations
which defines tasks, attributions and practical measures that will raise the sector to the international levels.
The forum gathered government officials, MPs, members of civil society, traditional authorities, students and guests.
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