Angolan Embassy in Italy launches magazine about Angola

Luanda - The Angolan Embassy in Italy launched, last Wednesday, a special edition of its magazine with approaches on attracting foreign investment, tourism and economic cooperation, within the framework of the National Independence celebrations.

The cover story portrays the official visit to Angola of the President of Italy, Sérgio Mattarella, in February 2019, and the official visit of Angolan President João Lourenço to the Vatican State, in November of the same year.

 

Meanwhile, ambassador Maria de Fátima Jardim said November 11 is a common project for all Angolans, which continues to reaffirm the value of the human person.

 

In a message about the date, the diplomat referred that the fight for the equal rights of men and women, for social justice, better living conditions is the best good that independence has brought to the Angolan people.

 

Fátima Jardim added that, with peace and national reconciliation, the government launched a comprehensive and modern programme to make Angola a reference country in the context of nations.

 

"Nowadays, with the advantage of being the owners of our land, we can work so that everyone benefit the wealth", she said.

 

The diplomat stressed that the government is promoting investments in municipal programmes, to support decentralization process, favouring agriculture and small and medium-sized companies, with the support of private investment.

 

The ceremony included the display of a short documentary about the Alvor Agreements, signed in 1975, between the Portuguese Government and the three liberation movements of Angola (FNLA, MPLA and UNITA), which established the parametres for Angola's independence.

 

The video also features parts from the speech of the proclamation of independence, delivered by former President Agostinho Neto, as well as statements by Angolan and Italian citizens about the event, including the former Italian ambassador, Giuseppe Mistretta, and Luigi Cremonini, Italian businessman with investments in Angola since the decade of 1980.

 

The cover story portrays the official visit to Angola of the President of Italy, Sérgio Mattarella, in February 2019, and the official visit of Angolan President João Lourenço to the Vatican State, in November of the same year.

 

Meanwhile, ambassador Maria de Fátima Jardim said November 11 is a common project for all Angolans, which continues to reaffirm the value of the human person.

 

In a message about the date, the diplomat referred that the fight for the equal rights of men and women, for social justice, better living conditions is the best good that independence has brought to the Angolan people.

 

Fátima Jardim added that, with peace and national reconciliation, the government launched a comprehensive and modern programme to make Angola a reference country in the context of nations.

 

"Nowadays, with the advantage of being the owners of our land, we can work so that everyone benefit the wealth", she said.

 

The diplomat stressed that the government is promoting investments in municipal programmes, to support decentralization process, favouring agriculture and small and medium-sized companies, with the support of private investment.

 

The ceremony included the display of a short documentary about the Alvor Agreements, signed in 1975, between the Portuguese Government and the three liberation movements of Angola (FNLA, MPLA and UNITA), which established the parametres for Angola's independence.

 

The video also features parts from the speech of the proclamation of independence, delivered by former President Agostinho Neto, as well as statements by Angolan and Italian citizens about the event, including the former Italian ambassador, Giuseppe Mistretta, and Luigi Cremonini, Italian businessman with investments in Angola since the decade of 1980.