The National Director of Preservation of the Military Historical Legacy, Lieutenant General Luís Inácio Moxito, when talking about the execution of the memorial, admitted that it is necessary to work "in depth to mirror all the achievements of these heroes", considering that this project will not only elevate your memory as well as recognize your deeds.
The construction of monuments and memorials in honor of the combatants who fought in several combats is part of the guardianship's claims, he said, quoted by Jornal de Angola.
Regarding the future memorial, he said that it concerns a "fair claim by all former combatants" and that they are making "a projection" to identify its size and where this landmark will be built.
"This is a fair claim from all former combatants. We are now making a projection to find out how big this memorial will be and where it will be built", he said, quoted by Jornal de Angola. He also noted that the initiative will take some time due to the studies that have to be carried out.
Furthermore, quoted by Jornal de Angola, the official also considered it necessary to speak with ex-combatants and with the leadership of the political forces of the MPLA, UNITA and FNLA, since the memorial will focus on these three movements.
Regarding the implementation of the initiative, the official said that it is dependent on political decision, stressing again that in technical terms they are "at work", writes Jornal de Angola.
The conservation and propagation of the legacy of military history and the National Liberation Struggle is assumed as a mission for all, and in this sense, it is necessary to shelter those who helped the liberation, he said, quoted by Jornal de Angola.
The official was speaking this Thursday at the methodological seminar on Investigation and Preservation of the Military Historical Legacy, whose theme is "Investigate, Preserve and Disseminate".