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Angolan doctors trained in Cuba return to Angola

Twenty-six doctors and three research fellows who were in Cuba receiving training returned 'home'. The group of Angolans returned to the country this Friday, having received a welcome at the 4 de Fevereiro International Airport.

: Facebook do MINSA
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According to the Ministry of Health, in a statement to which VerAngola had access, the return took place this Friday morning. "A group of 26 doctors and three diagnostic technicians with a scholarship returned this Friday morning, August 18, to the country, after completing training in Cuba", reads the note.

On the occasion, the Angolans were received at the airport "by a delegation from the Ministry of Health, led by the director of Human Resources, Baptista Monteiro, on behalf of the minister, by the Angolan ambassador to Cuba, Maria Cândida Teixeira and the director of INAGBE, Milton Chivela ".

The group, the note says, is made up of 25 general practitioners, a specialist in endocrinology and three diagnostic and therapeutic technicians.

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