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Cuchi/Cutato road section inaugurated

The Cuchi/Cutato section, covering 54 kilometres, was inaugurated this Tuesday by the Minister of Public Works and Territorial Planning, Manuel Tavares de Almeida. The project is budgeted at around 59 million euros and was financed by Germany.


According to a note from the ministry, the work began in September 2019 and was completed in April this year.

According to the note, the project was the responsibility of the INZAG/GAUFF consortium and was supervised by AURECON.

The works on the Cuchi/Cutato section of the EN 280 cost around 59 million euros, with funding from Germany.

On the occasion, the minister underlined that the project is part of the achievements of the Angolans of the 20 years of peace, which is enabling the government to gradually improve people's quality of life, through the expansion of the number of infrastructures of social impact in the country.

This section connects Cuando Cubango to neighboring provinces, namely Huambo, Huíla and Cunene. Cited by Angop, the holder of the Public Works and Territorial Planning portfolio indicated that the Government chose this section to serve as a turning point for these provinces, since agricultural capacities can help the region's development and also stimulate international trade. provincial.

The German financing line also covers the construction of sections in Cuando Cubango (Caiundo/Cuangar/Calai/Dirico), Bié (Mussende/Andulo) and Malanje (Mussende/Cangadala), he added.

In turn, José Martins, governor of Cuando Cubango, asked citizens to preserve this property that connects Cuando Cubango to Huíla, writes Angop.

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