Angola, Cuba implement accord in telecommunications sector

Angola Press:

Luanda,  – The Angolan minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology, José Rocha, Tuesday Luanda assured that the Governments of Angola and Cuba are implementing an agreement providing for staff training, seeking to respond to the demands in the sector.

Speaking to the press, on the fringes of the meeting between the presidents of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, and Cuba’s, Raul Castro, the minister said the accord aims to develop technologies of information and communication.

Raul Castro

Raul Castro

“We are aware of the large development in research field carried out by that Latin American country, mainly in the computing domain”, said the minister.

According to José Rocha, the two governments intend to share experience and outline a programme that permits the training of Angolan personnel, with a view to meeting the problems in the area.

Angola and Cuba last February in Luanda signed four legal accords aimed at strengthening and widen bilateral cooperation.

The cooperation accords focus on Geology and Mining, Industry, including  a Memorandum of Understanding on the state and perspective for cooperation between the two countries and  the Education Ministries of Angola and Cuba.

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