On Friday, the Attorney General's Office (PGR) announced that several real estate assets were handed over to the National Asset Recovery Service (SENRA), including the building where the Luanda Medical Center clinic is located, in the district of Ingombota, in Luanda. , a hotel and an educational establishment.
"In view of the news published by PGR, the administration of CSIS - Centro de Serviços Internacionais de Saúde, Lda., The company that owns and operates the LMC clinic - Luanda Medical Center, clarifies that the only link between this health unit and the company Luanda Medical Center SA, owner of the aforementioned building now handed over to SENRA, boils down to its position as tenant of the space, with no responsibility for CSIS Lda. CSIS.
The company providing private health services is a subsidiary of the Israeli group Mitrelli, with interests in several sectors in Angola, including education, health, energy, water, agriculture and fisheries, construction, etc.
CSIS also said it had invested "in refurbishing the building and in high-end equipment" to guarantee the activity of this private health services unit.
In addition to the Luanda clinic, the LMC has another one in Talatona, with both units "operating normally", the statement added.
According to PGR, the Monalisa Residence hotels in Talatona, the Torres Eucaliptos real estate project, the Instituto Sapiens building and the Luanda Medical Center (LMC) building, located at Rua Amílcar Cabral, in the district of Ingombota, were all delivered in Luanda.
The delivery was made by the legal representatives of the companies Méssene - Investimentos Limitada, Heavy Group - Investimentos Limitada, Universal Sabedoria and Luanda Medical Center, S.A.