Havana, February 8 (RHC-PL)-- A group of 22 Cuban professors who concluded their work mission in Angola were honored by Government authorities and the Polytechnic School of Bie, where they worked in support of that African nation's educational effort.
The Cuban teaching staff covered the fields of nursing, accounting, communications, computer skills and hydraulic resources.
The ceremony was headed by the Governor of the Angolan province of Bie and attended by another group of twenty Cuban educators who are working in Angolan territory.
All collaborators were praised for their extraordinary results in class teaching, preparation and discipline and the dedication they displayed during successive school years.
The Governor of Bie province had words of high praise for the Cuban personnel and the excellent results of their efforts in the education of thousands of Angolans.
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