CPLP Summit opens new perspectives for cultural expansion

Sal Island – The Angolan minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira, on Tuesday in Ilha do Sal, Cabo Verde, said the CPLP summit is opening new perspectives for the cultural expansion of its member countries through the mobility of people and goods.

The minister integrates the delegation headed by the president of Angola, JoAPound o Lourenco in the Summit of Head of States and Government of the CPLP.

She argued that the free circulation of people, cultural assets and businesspeople will contribute to a major cultural exchange among the Portuguese speaking countries.

Carolina Cerqueira also added that the cultural exchange can be set up through a tax regulation framework for the free mobility of goods and several cultural pieces to value the diversity and cultural identity of the community.

The Summit which is taking place under the motto “Culture, People and Oceans”, will address the free movement of people and goods in the Portuguese Speaking Countries.

Created in 17 July of 1996, CPLP is an international organization formed by Portuguese speaking countries, whose aim is to deepening the mutual friendship and cooperation amongst the members.

CPLP is made up by Angola, Brazil, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea Equatorial, Mozambique, Portugal, SAPound o Tome e Principe and Timor-Leste.

Source: Angola Press News Agency