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Portuguese President defends greater investment in Huíla

Lubango, ANGOLA, March 7 - The President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, assured on Thursday in Lubango to influence Portuguese businesspeople and managers to invest in mining and agriculture sectors in the province of Huíla.,

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa was speaking at a meeting with the governor of Huíla, which brought together local managers, as well as the delegation of Portuguese parliamentarians and ministers, at the local government headquarters.

The Portuguese statesman, who traveled 10 kilometers hanging from the stirrup of a car, from the provincial airport, promised to advocate for Huíla to have a strong Portuguese presence in the mining sector, which does not exist today.

He also expressed the need to strengthen support in health and education, increasing the exchange between universities and institutes of the two countries.

To him, Portugal should look more out of Luanda.

The Portuguese President was received in Lubango by a crowd that stood on the banks of the 12 kilometers of the road between Mukanka International Airport and the provincial government headquarters in a journey that lasted almost an hour and a half, which takes about 10 minutes by car.

The President of Portugal visited the future natural history museum of Huíla, with support from the University of Porto.

President Marcelo also visited the Institute of Higher Education and science (ISCED) and lectured on constitutional law at the law school of Mandume ya Ndemo Fayo University.