Sun, 26 May 2019 13:15 - Updated Sun, 26 May 2019 13:22
Role of Angola in African integration and pacification highlighted
Luanda - Algerian ambassador to Angola, Larbi Latroch, said Saturday in Luanda that Angola plays a key role in the continent and continues to invest in African solidarity and integration.
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Algerian ambassador to Angola, Larbi Latroch
Photo: Francisco Miudo
The diplomat - who was speaking at the meeting of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the ambit of the Africa Day, in his capacity as the dean of African ambassadors accredited in Angola - acknowledged the efforts of the authorities to achieve peace and stability in the region in particular, and in the continent in general.
"Angola's contribution to the African Union's Peace and Security Council is very important," said the Algerian ambassador in his speech.
In his address, the diplomat pointed out that despite numerous obstacles and terrible terrorist threats, the continent known as the Cradle of Civilisation was able to overcome great challenges such as the prevention, management and resolution of conflicts through dialogue that allows Africans to solve African problems.
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