Manuel Pedro Pacavira
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Manuel Pedro Pacavira (14 October 1939 – 12 September 2016) was the ambassador of
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Italy Italy ( it, Italia ), officially the Italian Republic ( it, Repubblica Italiana, links=no ), is a country consisting of delimited by the and surrounding it, whose territory largely coincides with the . Italy is located in the centre of th ...

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(FAO), the International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD) and the
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. He previously served as Transportation Minister.Histórico dos Ministros.
mintrans.gov.ao Retrieved 24 November 2018. He succeeded Elísio de Figueiredo as ambassador to the United Nations in 1988, serving until 1991.Our Former Ambassadors
United Nations.
Pacavira, born in Cuanza Norte, Angola, studied in Havana, Cuba. He published a book on President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, ''Jose Eduardo dos Santos - A Life Devoted to the Homeland'', in August 2006. Angola Press Agency


See also

*Angolan Civil War


References


External links


AllAfrica- "Angola: Italy - Angolan Ambassador Hails Cabinda Peace Accord" 4 August 2006
1939 births Permanent Representatives of Angola to the United Nations Angolan writers Living people People from Cuanza Norte Province Governors of Cuanza Norte Agriculture ministers of Angola Ambassadors of Angola to Cuba Ambassadors of Angola to Italy {{Angola-writer-stub