SOUTH KOREA TO TRAIN ANGOLAN CADRES

The Republic of Korea will continue to work to strengthen the co-operation with Angola, giving particular focus on the field of staff training.

Minister of Patriots and War Veteran Affairs , General Park Sung Choon, stating this, stressed that Angola has good signs of growth in various fields.

Speaking to journalists at the end of a visit to the Military History Museum, he said this 60 years of experience of his country may be transmitted to the Angolan people, in order to reach new level.

According to the source, which was making an assessment of his five-day visit to Angola, it is visible the development of this African country in fourteen years of effective peace.

The official said that the Angolan government pays great importance to the former combatants and veterans of the motherland, so that, for his country, there are many points of cooperation to explore.

He noted with satisfaction the social and economic policies, such as farms, construction of various infrastructures for former combatants, especially housing projects that visited countrywide.

The South Korean government official said he received assurances of support for enhanced cooperation between the two countries in the area of former combatants and others during meetings with Angolan officials.

Park Sung Choon, which ended on Friday a five-day work visit to Angola, also visited the provinces of Cabinda (north) and Cuando Cubango (south-east).

Source: Nam News Network