Cuba and Angola to Strengthen Economic Ties

HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 18 – Cuba and Angola will strengthen their economic ties, affirmed Fernando Da Piedade Dias, vice president of the African country, where the island has a contingent of more than 2,600 specialists in diverse areas, the local press reported. More than 8,000 young Angolans have studied in the Caribbean nation since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1975, reported IPS.



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  • You know, we get no information from any quarter regarding the development of Angola. I wonder if they–is it the MPLA?–are endeavoring to “build socialism,” or what?

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