Angola reaffirms commitment to peace in Africa

  • Ambassador Diekumpuna Sita José
Luanda – The national coordinator of the Biennial of Luanda - Pan-African Forum, Diakumpuna Sita José, this Saturday reaffirmed Angola’s commitment to contributing to the promotion of a culture of peace in Africa.

In an interview to ANGOP, regarding the event, which will take place from October 4th to 8th, in Luanda, the diplomat stated that the country is available to help achieve the African leaders' objective of pacifying the continent. 

 

He said that the aim of the Biennial is to strengthen the pan-African movement for the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence.

 

"Our basis is the commitment to partnership, which must be assumed by multiple players , such as governments, civil society, artists, sportsmen, private sector agents, scientific communities, as well as non-governmental organizations, among others", he said. 

 

During the interview, published in full this Saturday, Sita José said that hosting the second edition of the Peace Biennial represents for Angola a strong commitment, in the search for lasting peace for Africa. 

 

According to him,  he hopes that the event will support the economic and social development of African peoples. 

In an interview to ANGOP, regarding the event, which will take place from October 4th to 8th, in Luanda, the diplomat stated that the country is available to help achieve the African leaders' objective of pacifying the continent. 

 

He said that the aim of the Biennial is to strengthen the pan-African movement for the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence.

 

"Our basis is the commitment to partnership, which must be assumed by multiple players , such as governments, civil society, artists, sportsmen, private sector agents, scientific communities, as well as non-governmental organizations, among others", he said. 

 

During the interview, published in full this Saturday, Sita José said that hosting the second edition of the Peace Biennial represents for Angola a strong commitment, in the search for lasting peace for Africa. 

 

According to him,  he hopes that the event will support the economic and social development of African peoples.