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Reinforcement of industrialization in SADC is Angola's goal for presidency of the bloc

The heads of state and government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) meet this Thursday in Luanda, at the ordinary summit that marks the beginning of Angola's rotating presidency, focused on industrialization.


The 43rd ordinary summit of political leaders of the regional organization is being held under the theme “Human and Financial Capital: Key Factors for Sustainable Industrialization in the SADC Region”.

On Sunday, when Angola assumed the presidency of the SADC Council of Ministers, the head of national diplomacy, Téte António highlighted the leadership of his predecessor, the Minister of Regional Integration and Francophonie of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Antipas Nyamwisi, who “ inspired by continuing to promote industrialization and agro-processing of pharmaceutical products, mineral beneficiation and value chains”.

“During the next 12 months, the presidency of Angola will, together, concentrate its attention and focus on human and financial capital, as catalysts for industrialization”, reveals a press release from the Angolan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

SADC is an economic bloc formed by Portuguese-speaking Angola and Mozambique, in addition to South Africa, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Comoros, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Swaziland, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.


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