Fri, 25 May 2012 10:21 - Updated Fri, 25 May 2012 10:21
Angolan ambassador to South Korea hails Neto’s figure
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Yeosu – The Angolan ambassador to South Korea, Albino Malungo, said on Friday in Yeosu city that Agostinho Neto is not remembered but he is lived every day because his figure is part of the national citizenship.
Albino Malungo said so during the releasing act of the book by Agostinho Neto, translated into Korean language.
The diplomat stressed that Neto’s lessons as father, statesman and writer present daily in the life and action of Angolans.
“I feel Agostinho Neto when we return from the agricultural fields, our carnival, with more dynamism and greater dignity because Angola is growing”, said the ambassador.
To the ambassador, many things in the country has been created with dry eyes as the poet sang and this why the diplomat feels honoured for being invited to witness the releasing of this book so that it may last forever here and in other parts of the world.
“We can not talk about Angola without referring Agostinho Neto”, said Albino Malungo.