Hendrick Vaal Neto
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- He studied in Caconda, Ambriz, Huambo, Benguela and Luanda.
- He participated in various political seminars in Switzerland, Zambia and the United States.
- In 1959 he dedicated his life to the liberation of Angola and lived in the woods.
- In thirteen years, he traveled in more than eighty countries around the world.
- In 1963 he was persecuted by the PIDE and joined the National Liberation Front of Angola in the north of Angola and went with them to the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he attends successfully Institut National D'Etudes Politiques.
- Until July 21, 1981 he lived in Lisbon.
- On June 1, 1999 he was Minister of Social Communication
- With a presidential decree from September 12, 2011 his ambassadorship to Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Oman and Lebanon ended and he was appointed representative to Zimbabwe.
|Angolan Minister of Social Communication|
June 1, 1999 – January 27, 2006
|Succeeded by||pt:Manuel Antonio Rabelais|
January 27, 2006 – September 12, 2011
|Preceded by||Kamu de Almeida|
|Succeeded by||Antonio da Costa Fernandes|
November 22, 1944 |
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