Africa-Press – Angola. Investing more and more in human capital, for the development of the country continues to be one of the goals of the Angolan Executive, reiterated, Friday, in Lisbon, the Angolan ambassador to Portugal, Carlos Alberto Fonseca.
The diplomat was speaking during the New Year greetings ceremony, held by the Angolan Embassy in Portugal, which was attended by officials from the diplomatic mission, consular missions, the widow of the first President of Angola, Maria Eugenia Neto, religious entities, members of civil society, among other individuals.
According to the ambassador, the Government continues to create training programs to train citizens, in order to prepare them to contribute to the advancement of the nation.
He also stressed that in 2022, many projects were carried out and others remained to be completed, but with the strength and unity of all, they could be resolved in 2023.
He expressed the hope that the Angolan community has the spirit of solidarity to be able to face future challenges in the current year.
For him, the Covid-19 pandemic was still felt in 2022, but despite that, some projects were fulfilled, taking, for example, Angolans managed to vote for the first time in the diaspora.
He announced, as a perspective for the country, to have a better year than the previous one, as it is in a phase of economic growth.