Part of Luanda’s beauty, she said, is in its old buildings, some of which need restoration work, and it would be useful to have the island’s experience, she told Prensa Latina.
He also highlighted the interest in receiving Cuban experts for the technical training of Angolan professionals who work in the rescue of the already built heritage.
For the moment, he said that the limitations are associated with the availability of financing, since the whole world is going through a difficult situation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which makes it necessary to reinforce priorities such as health care, in order to safeguard human lives.
Late in 2021, in the context of the second Luanda Biennial – Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace, representatives of different entities of the sector talked here with Cuban Deputy Minister Fernando Leon, aimed at reviving the bilateral exchange, the official recalled.
The aforementioned potentialities served today as a starting point for a meeting between Gourgel and the Cuban diplomatic mission’s counselor here, Raul Gonzalez, at the headquarters of the National Institute of Cultural Heritage.
During the exchange, attended by Prensa Latina, the official was also interested in knowing details about the fight against Covid-19 in Cuba and the vaccination against the disease, especially among children and teenagers.
The political-communication campaign includes the dissemination of fake news through social networks, as part of a failed attempt to destroy the Cuban Revolution, the advisor stated.