Adelino Mano Quetá
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Adelino Mano Quetá is a Guinea-Bissauan politician and diplomat. Quetá ran as an independent in the 2005 Guinea-Bissau presidential election, where he finished ninth in a field of thirteen candidates. He was appointed foreign minister in 2009, replacing Adiato Diallo Nandigna.
Quetá was Attorney General of Guinea-Bissau in 1985. From 1997-1998, he was the ambassador to Morocco, Italy, Spain and Taiwan. From 1999-2000, he was ambassador to Portugal. In the run-up to the 2005 presidential election, Quetá was diplomatic advisor to interim President Henrique Rosa and lecturer at Amilcar Cabral University in Bissau.
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