China"s ambassador to Angola formally delivered the Higher Institute of Foreign Affairs complex, a project costing US$25 million and is "China"s largest donation to Angola ever since," according to the local press.
Cui Aimin said that the institute was built on an area of four hectares and is made up of nine buildings - administrative, classrooms, auditorium, teachers" quarters and dormitories for students, as well as a canteen, and that the institute is expected to train up to 600 people per year.
The ambassador, quoted by Portuguese news agency Lusa, also said the institute "is another remarkable project," resulting from cooperation between China and Angola in the education sector, adding that the government of China had also donated two primary schools in the provinces of Luanda and Huambo.
For the second half of 2019, said Cui Aimin, China has plans to build a professional training centre in Huambo to train professionals in various sectors.
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