Angola invests US$25 billion in the recovery of its road network

28 October 2016

Since 2002 Angola has invested about US$25 billion in the recovery of its road network, said the Secretary of State for Construction, António Teixeira Flor, during the technical-scientific events of the Eduardo dos Santos Foundation, held in Luanda.

The secretary of state, quoted by daily newspaper O País said that in the coming years Angola still needed to invest about US$6 billion.

Teixeira Flor noted that of the approximately 25,000 kilometres of primary, secondary and tertiary roads, about 18,000 kilometres have been rebuilt.

The government official noted that in the last 14 years Angola had recovered 70% of its road network destroyed by the civil war that devastated the country. (macauhub)