RNA encouraged to continue promoting freedom of expression

Luanda – The Board of directors of Angola’s National Radio (RNA) was encouraged on Friday to continue with its role of providing freedom of expression in the country.

The encouragement is contained in a communique issued by Social Communication Ministry (MCS), ahead of the 41st anniversary of RNA on 5 October.

In its note, MCS congratulated the Board and employees of national radio station wishing them success in their task.

“On October 5th, the MCS seizes the opportunity to encourage RNA professionals to continue their efforts for plural, exempt and responsible information, within the ethical-deontological principles of the profession,” reads the document signed by the minister of the Social Communication, JoAPound o Melo.

Founded on 5 October, 1977, RNA has 18 regional stations (one in each province) and one international radio station (International Service), in addition to other services.

Source: Angola Press News Agency