Victor Fernandes, who spoke to the press at the end of the meeting of the Economic Commission of the Council of Ministers, held under the guidance of President João Lourenço, said that the provinces of Malanje, Benguela, Huambo, Bié, Cuanza Sul, Cuanza Norte and Namibe will be privileged, that are in the pilot plan for the development of rural trade.
The government official said that alongside the above-mentioned provinces, they can also benefit those where there is significant production capacity.
On the other hand, the executive will make available earthmoving kits to the provincial governments, in order to repair and maintain the roads, especially those that will facilitate the flow of agricultural production from the countryside to the city.
Speaking to the press, the Minister of Territory Administration and State Reform, Marcy Lopes, said that rules were created that define the procedures for the use and conservation of this equipment.
According to Marcy Lopes, these 'kits' will be used exclusively to satisfy people's collective needs, that is, for public purposes.
"Under no circumstances can these 'kits' be used to carry out essentially private works, which do not have an impact on public life and the satisfaction of most people," he said.