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Deputy PR travels to Zaire this Tuesday

The Vice-President of the Republic, Esperança da Costa, will travel to Zaire this Tuesday, for a 48-hour visit to the municipality of Mbanza Congo, where she will preside over the first Ordinary Session of the National Multisectoral Commission for Safeguarding of the World Cultural Heritage.


According to a communiqué sent to VerAngola, the session's work program "highlights, among other matters, the current state of sites in Mbanza Congo, proposals for the Program of the International Festival of Culture - Festikongo and the Action Plan of the Commission for the period of 2023, as well as aspects related to the implementation of the UNESCO Recommendations on the Management Plan of Mbanza Congo".

The Vice-President of the Republic's agenda also includes visits to places of interest to the commission.

"Updated by Presidential Order No. 93/23 of May 3, the commission intends to ensure the development of actions identified with a view to preserving, valuing and managing cultural heritage, in accordance with the International Conventions and Treaties on the matter, that Angola is a party, namely, to the Convention on World Cultural and Natural Heritage, approved in 1972 at the United Nations General Conference for Education, Science and Culture – UNESCO", the statement also says.

Created under Presidential Order No. 25/18, of March 5, the National Multisectoral Commission for the Safeguarding of the World Cultural Heritage, adds the note, is responsible for "promoting the implementation of conservation programs and the participatory management of the cultural heritage, taking into account the need to adopt special measures to accompany national cultural heritage of exceptional universal value".

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