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On the occasion of the 41st Anniversary of Angolan independence, H.E. José João Manuel, Ambassador of the Republic of Angola to Serbia, hosted a reception at Belgrade’s Hyatt Regency Hotel. 

The event was attended by government officials, as well as members of the diplomatic corps and representatives of political, cultural and public life.

Addressing guests, Ambassador José João Manuel highlighted that the spirit of solidarity and cooperation has always characterised relations between Angola and Serbia.

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