Luanda – A Memorandum of Understanding to create cross border conservation area of Liuwa/Mussuma region, located in eastern Moxico province, will be signed in the first six months of this year, by the Environment ministers of Angola and Zambia.
This was said by the Department chief of the Cross Border Conservation areas of the Environment Ministry, Albertina Nzuzi, who added that the document was already elaborated by the technicians of both nations to be signed at any time by the ministers.
Albertina Nzuzi said that this initiative will enable guaranteeing protection of migratory animal population all over their dislocation’s extensions every year.
According to the source, in Angola, this movement is verified between the Rivers Mussuma and Lungwebungu.
Liuwa Plain-Mussuma is considered as one of the most important conservation areas, because of presenting most number of migratory animal species with international importance, such as blue wild beast (Gnu) and zebras, in addition to a potential exceptional biological diversity.