President highlights Nation's achievements

  • Presidente João Lourenço discursa durante homenagem aos  profissionais  pelo envolvimento  na luta contra a Covid-19
Luanda - The President of the Republic João Lourenço Tuesday in Luanda said that independence and national sovereignty were sacred and inalienable achievements and that Angola faced serious challenges to its own existence, which it always knew how to overcome.

 

 

 

According to the Angolan statesman, this was possible, "because the country relied on the strength of its people," but also achieved great achievements, which by obligation must be preserved and consolidated".

 

The Head of the Government made this statement at the ceremony to honour various professional categories for their commitment to the fight against Covid-19, as part of the programme to mark 45 years of national independence, to be celebrated on Wednesday, 11 November.

 

For João Lourenço, the Democratic State and the Rule of Law, the market economy, peace, hardly achieved, national reconciliation, the emancipation of women, freedom of expression, press, assembly, demonstration and worship, are realities and fundamental rights already acquired that everyone must respect and protect.

 

The President of the Republic recalled that the formation of non-partisan and Republican Angolan Armed Forces is also an important cornerstone in the building of the Angolan State.

 

In this regard, he noted that Angola was consolidating the bases of a true

Democratic State and of rule of law as well as a true market economy, where the sector private enterprise plays an important role in the creation of national wealth and the supply of jobs.

 

Investing in the economy

 

In another area, the President of the Republic stressed that the commitment to diversification of the economy is no longer a mere intention but a reality with which the country has much to win.

 

"We bet on creating a business environment more friendly to domestic and foreign private investment and, with this, we gain the confidence of international financial institutions and investors," said the President of the Republic.

 

Angola celebrates 45 years of Independence, proclaimed on 11 November 1975, by its first President, António Agostinho Neto, with some restrictions on compliance with biosecurity measures, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which is plaguing the world.

 

The programme also includes the ceremony of the raising of the flag Monument at the Central Museum of the Angolan Armed Forces, on 11th November, the lay of wreath at the Dr. António Agostinho Neto Memorial, the inauguration of the Intercontinental Hotel in the Miramar district and the inauguration of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                    

 

 

 

According to the Angolan statesman, this was possible, "because the country relied on the strength of its people," but also achieved great achievements, which by obligation must be preserved and consolidated".

 

The Head of the Government made this statement at the ceremony to honour various professional categories for their commitment to the fight against Covid-19, as part of the programme to mark 45 years of national independence, to be celebrated on Wednesday, 11 November.

 

For João Lourenço, the Democratic State and the Rule of Law, the market economy, peace, hardly achieved, national reconciliation, the emancipation of women, freedom of expression, press, assembly, demonstration and worship, are realities and fundamental rights already acquired that everyone must respect and protect.

 

The President of the Republic recalled that the formation of non-partisan and Republican Angolan Armed Forces is also an important cornerstone in the building of the Angolan State.

 

In this regard, he noted that Angola was consolidating the bases of a true

Democratic State and of rule of law as well as a true market economy, where the sector private enterprise plays an important role in the creation of national wealth and the supply of jobs.

 

Investing in the economy

 

In another area, the President of the Republic stressed that the commitment to diversification of the economy is no longer a mere intention but a reality with which the country has much to win.

 

"We bet on creating a business environment more friendly to domestic and foreign private investment and, with this, we gain the confidence of international financial institutions and investors," said the President of the Republic.

 

Angola celebrates 45 years of Independence, proclaimed on 11 November 1975, by its first President, António Agostinho Neto, with some restrictions on compliance with biosecurity measures, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which is plaguing the world.

 

The programme also includes the ceremony of the raising of the flag Monument at the Central Museum of the Angolan Armed Forces, on 11th November, the lay of wreath at the Dr. António Agostinho Neto Memorial, the inauguration of the Intercontinental Hotel in the Miramar district and the inauguration of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.