1. Various of Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, at Halo Trust event at Chatham House
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3. SOUNDBITE (English) Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex:
"This is the culmination of a great effort by many people to progress the vital mission of de-mining Angola and putting it back on the map as a tourist destination. Angola has some of the world's most important remaining wilderness that is critical to biodiversity and an asset that should be protected, celebrated and benefited by its people.
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5. SOUNDBITE (English) Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex
"The ambition of the partners gathered here to create a safer environment for communities and wildlife for the success of the country is to be applauded. I first visited Chatham House in June 2017 to take part in a scenario planning exercise. Some of you in the room today were here with me. That exercise showed me the importance of landmine clearance within a humanitarian emergency because, let's not forget, land mines are a humanitarian issue, not a political one."
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7. SOUNDBITE (English) Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex:
"I had the privilege in 2013 of visiting Angola with The HALO Trust. In Cuando Cubango, in the far southeast of what is a vast, beautiful country, I saw a struggling community in a deserted landscape unable to make use of the land, yet the potential to turn this land into a sustainable source for its people. In fact, I was told just the other day of the positive transformation in Huambo since my mother walked that minefield all those years ago. What is less well-known is the impact landmines can have on conservation and wildlife, and therefore the economy."
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9. SOUNDBITE (English) Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex:
"My hope is that through this collaboration, minefields can be cleared, land can be protected, wildlife can be free to return to where they once roamed, and Angolans can reap the rewards by coexisting with the one constant that will draw people in from all over the world - the extraordinary setting that they call home. Angola is an important example of a country leading the way in clearing the remnants of war to secure a better future for its people and its environment. It has been a long journey, one full of heartache and frustration I'm sure, but now with the optimism and encouragement from your government, Minister, I truly believe that Angola will become a shining example to the rest of the continent."
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11. SOUNDBITE (English) Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex:
"As long as landmines are in the ground in Angola we aren't really giving them a chance. There is an end in sight which has already been discussed, and that isn't always the case. So let's make the most of this opportunity."
Britain's Prince Harry has given his support to an initiative to help Angola get rid of landmines, a cause also championed by his late mother, Princess Diana.
The Duke of Sussex attended an event on Monday at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London's Chatham House, where he told the audience that landmines were a humanitarian issue, not a political one.
Angola has pledged 60 million US dollars to fund the work of landmine clearing organisation, the Halo Trust, which will work to clear 153 minefields in a huge conservation region.
Harry said he hoped by clearing its land of mines, Angola's vast and biodiverse wilderness would be "protected, celebrated and benefited by its people," and once again be a lucrative tourist destination.
"My hope is that through this collaboration, minefields can be cleared, land can be protected, wildlife can be free to return to where they once roamed, and Angolans can reap the rewards by coexisting with the one constant that will draw people in from all over the world - the extraordinary setting that they call home," he told the audience.
Just a few months before Diana was killed in a Paris car crash in 1997, she walked through an Angolan minefield cleared by the same organisation.
In 2013, Harry also travelled to Angola with the Halo Trust to meet landmine victims and see the work being done to clear the country of the munitions.