Twenty-four experts selected by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and Ministry of the Fisheries and the Sea have been participating since Wednesday in China in a seminar on agriculture, livestock and fisheries, focusing on the use of technologies and quality inspection, the Chinese Embassy in Angola said.
The seminar includes various activities, such as lectures, exchanges with Chinese entities and field visits to agricultural, livestock and fishery processing centres, quality inspection institutions and technological research institutes.
Through this training, participants will have more knowledge about China’s industrial policies, current conditions and development prospects, as well as mastering production techniques and product creation.
The Embassy’s statement added that the Chinese government will offer more than 30 short-term seminars in the areas of agriculture, infrastructure, finance, health, logistics, mines, media, tourism, trade and investment this year, for Angolan officials and technicians. (macauhub)