Angola: Country Attends Pan-African
Angola is participating as from Tuesday, in the fourth session of the Executive Committee of the Pan-African Youth Union, in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, ANGOP has learnt.
The meeting will debate the ratification of the African Youth Chart, the statute of the union and the revitalisation of the organisation, whose secretary-general is the Angolan Maquento Sebastiao Lopes.
The Angolan team to the gathering is being led by the national director for youths, Cardoso Domingos Jose, and comprises the chairman of the National Youth Council, Claudio Aguiar, his deputy, Machado Kikas, states a press communiqué.
The Pan-African Youth Union member countries are Angola, South Africa, Algeria, Congo Brazzaville, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, Mali, Nigeria, Namibia, Saudi Arabia, Central Africa Republic, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda and Zimbabwe.