According to a brief note from the Government of the Province of Luanda, which VerAngola had access to, the visit to the educational establishment took place on Tuesday morning. "As part of the three-day State visit to the Republic of Angola, the President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, visited, this morning, Tuesday, 22nd, the Colégio Público Angola e Cuba, in the municipality of Cazenga", reads the note.
According to a communiqué from the Municipal Administration of Cazenga, the Cuban president, after having planted a tree, verified "the operation of the computer room, the doctor's office, the library, offered didactic books and in the book of honors recommended the preservation of the equipment school, erected in 1986".
As a retribution, the administrator of Cazenga, Tomás Bica, after noting that "to date the school has trained close to 50,000 students, offered images of the map of Angola, Sable and Imbondeiro in sculpture", reads the note.
Also this Tuesday, Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez paid tribute to Commander Raúl Díaz-Argüelles, who died fighting in Angola in 1975.
"President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez paid tribute to Commander Raúl Díaz-Argüelles, a symbol for all Cubans who came to Angolan lands to fight for independence", can be read in a brief publication made on the Facebook page of the Presidency of Cuba.
"The Alto das Cruzes Cemetery, where is the tomb that for several years kept the remains of the man who was the first head of the Cuban internationalist mission here, is a must-visit place to pay homage to the fighters who gave their lives for Angola", adds the publication.
On Monday, the day was marked by the visit of the Cuban head of state to the Agostinho Neto Memorial, meeting with the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, witnessing the signing of memorandums between the two countries and presence in a formal session in parliament. He also held a meeting with "supportive friends, including members of the Los Caimaneros group, made up of Angolans who studied on the island, as well as Cubans residing in this sister nation", according to the Cuban Presidency.
Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez arrived in Angola last Sunday and his three-day visit ends this Tuesday. According to a note from the Presidency of the Republic, the Cuban president visited the Presidential Palace to bid farewell.
"At the end of the morning of this Tuesday, at the Presidential Palace of Ciudad Alta, the formal farewell ceremonies for the President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel", refer to the note.
According to the Presidency of the Republic, the delegations that accompanied the two presidents on this journey were "present outside the Presidential Palace, where the acts took place, essentially marked by the playing of the anthems of the two countries and due military honors".