Fri, 25 May 2012 10:25 - Updated Fri, 25 May 2012 10:25
Neto's book released in South Korea
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Yeosu - The whole book by the first and late Angolan President, António Agostinho Neto entitled “"Sagrada esperança”, “Renuncia Impossível” and “Amanhecer”, translated into Korean language, was released this Friday morning at the national pavilion at Expo Yeosu
The releasing act of the book was led by the chairwoman of the António Agostinho Neto Foundation, Maria Eugênia Neto and it is part of the celebrations of Africa Day, being marked on May 25 and the 90th anniversary of the Angolan nation founder on September 10.
The releasing of 214-page book is an initiative of the referred foundation in cooperation of the Angolan embassy in South Korea.
The book was translated by the foreign studies department of Hankuk University in Seoul and 1000 copies were released.
The ceremony was attended by the MP and CEO of Agostinho Neto Foundation, Irene Neto, Angolan ambassador to that Asian country, Albino Malungo, National Commissioner of Expo, Albinas Assis and a few representatives of African countries, among other guests.