Huambo – Prince Harry acknowledged Friday in Huambo Angolans’ willingness and determination in the demining process, which has enabled national authorities to take safe steps to rebuild the country and improve the quality of life of citizens.
Speaking on the 28 May Avenue, where Princess Diana witnessed the start of the demining process in 1997, the Duke of Sussex considered demining a very difficult and life-threatening task.
“But that has to be done, because more than 60 million people continue ...
Sandra Tigica tragically lost her leg, was pictured sitting on Diana’s knee and said that the meeting made her feel ‘complete’. Harry decided to end his moving trip to Angola by meeting Sandra, who is now 38.
The princess sat under a fig tree in an orthopaedic workshop in Luanda in 1997, after she walked through a cleared minefield to raise awareness of the use of weapons.
Minister Manuel Augusto participated today, in New York, at the roundtable discussion on Trade and Investment in Africa, organizes by Deputy Secretary of State of the United States of America, John J Sullivan.