UNITA encourages measures against Covid-19

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Luanda - The Standing Committee of the opposition UNITA's Political Commission urged Tuesday the Angolans to comply with bio-security measures against Covid-19.

In a statement, released at the end of the fifth regular meeting of its Standing Committee, held on Monday, UNITA encourages the vaccination of the entire population of the country against the pandemic.

The party, led by Adalberto Costa Júnior, also calls for "fundamental measures" to address the phenomenon of cyclical drought in the south of the country and actions that lead to an increase in the stock of seeds.

In its communiqué, UNITA refers to the economic recovery plan in the Covid-19 era.

The main opposition party  expresses concern about the country's health and education systems, having recommended the mass use of information and communication technologies.

The Angolan government has launched structuring projects, as part of the measures to fight against the drought in the southern region  of the country.

The first project is estimated at 44.3 billion kwanzas, focused on building the catchment system of water in Cunene River.

In a statement, released at the end of the fifth regular meeting of its Standing Committee, held on Monday, UNITA encourages the vaccination of the entire population of the country against the pandemic.

The party, led by Adalberto Costa Júnior, also calls for "fundamental measures" to address the phenomenon of cyclical drought in the south of the country and actions that lead to an increase in the stock of seeds.

In its communiqué, UNITA refers to the economic recovery plan in the Covid-19 era.

The main opposition party  expresses concern about the country's health and education systems, having recommended the mass use of information and communication technologies.

The Angolan government has launched structuring projects, as part of the measures to fight against the drought in the southern region  of the country.

The first project is estimated at 44.3 billion kwanzas, focused on building the catchment system of water in Cunene River.