Sat, 26 Oct 2019 14:26 - Updated Sat, 26 Oct 2019 14:25
Minister recommends union among cultural agents
Luanda - Angolan minister of Culture Maria da Piedade de Jesus Friday urged unity and joint work among the cultural agents to enhance and promote the Angolan culture, in general, and the music in particularly.
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This was during an audience the minister granted to musicians and cultural agents Gloria Silva, Chetekela and Nilza Lima, who were recently distinguished at the African Entertainment Awards in the United States.
The minster stated that together the Angolan artistic class will continue to see the positive result of its recognised work indoors and outdoors.
Maria da Piedade de Jesus reaffirmed the Executive's willingness, through the Ministry of Culture, to support for the actions of Angolan cultural agents.
The official highlighted the Angolan culture stating that it represents incomparable richness.
The official reaffirmed that the process of internationalisation of culture is an action that requires the participation of all Angolans, especially the creators.
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