Government of Cabo Verde honors  Defence Attaché of the Brazilian embassy for the “relevant services” rendered

Praia, Mar 12 (Inforpress) – The Brazilian Defense Attaché, the captain of the sea-and-war, Luiz Fernando Cunha, at the end of the mission, was honored today by the Government of Cabo Verde with the medal of relevant services of the second class.

According to the Minister of Defense, Luís Filipe Tavares, with this distinction the Cabo Verdean executive wanted to recognize the relevant services provided by this sea-and-war captain and to highlight the significant contribution made by the increase and closer ties of friendship and cooperation between Cabo Verde Brazil.

“Aware of the greatness of our bilateral relationship, he was perfectly aware of what was at stake and endeavored always to diligently stimulate and enrich the actions in which he was involved, with the firm intention of raising to other levels such a relationship” said the ruler.

Luís Filipe Tavares also pointed out that this act appears to have a high significance, since it symbolizes the historical, narrow and equally enduring ties that unite the two countries and between the Armed Forces of the two States in a particular way between the Cabo Verdean Coast Guard and the navy Brazilian, who recalled was recently awarded by the Government of Cabo Verde with 2nd degree of medal of cultural merit.

MJB / HVF

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