Angola, China sign memorandum for new General Hospital of Luanda
Publish Date：2012-04-19 03:59:59
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The Angolan government signed in Beijing, People's Republic of China, a memorandum of understanding formalizing the intention of cooperation for the review of the plan for rehabilitation, construction and expansion of the General Hospital of Luanda.
According to the document, the new building will replace the previous one, built on the same site in 2006 and shut down four years ago after being found deficiencies in its construction
The works of the new hospital, which has the capacity to more than 250 beds, should be concluded on July 2014.
The contractor ensured that the structure will boast the Angolans, stressing that all services will be equipped with technology of last generation.
By the Angolan side signed the document Torres Bunga, provincial director of public works and infrastructure of Luanda, and Manuel Lucoqui, of the national company for development of projects.
Zijun Zhang, Institute of Architecture and Design in Beijing, and Junhua Yu, director of the Chinese Civil Engineering Group Co Tiesiju, belonging to the China Railway Engineering Corporation, and in charge of the work, represented the Chinese side.
The event was attended by the State secretary for Public Works and Construction, Joanes André, Angola's ambassador to China, João Garcia Bires, director of the General Hospital of Luanda, Mário Cardoso, members of the diplomatic corps of Angola in China, and senior government officials of the province of Luanda and the Ministry of Public Works and Construction.
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