Angolans that study in Cuba ready to work anywhere in Angola
A team of 33 Angolan students that recently graduated in Cuba, who arrived Sunday in Luanda, expressed their will in working in any part of the country, Angop has learnt.
The team's chief, Dario Ribeiro, said at Luanda "4 de Fevereiro" International Airport, that the new graduates want to give their contribution in any part of the country, as long as there are basic conditions created.
"We can not claim too much from the government, as we understand that the country has gone through difficult moments and now it is in a transition stage and what we need are the minimum conditions to develop our professional activities", he said.
The students were studying in Cuba under a scholarship of the National Institute of Scholarships (INAB), in the fields of medicine, engineering, economics and physical training.