Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:34 - Updated Wed, 04 Mar 2020 17:45
Israelis seek to invest in Lunda Sul
Saurimo - Israel's ambassador to Angola, Oren Rozenblat, said in Saurimo, province of Lunda Sul, that Israeli businesspeople are interested in investing in the region, in the fields of housing construction, agriculture and the production of solar energy.
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The diplomat, who was speaking to the press last Tuesday, March 3, said he is convinced that Israel can and will contribute to the growth of the country and the eastern province of Lunda Sul in particular, having reiterated that there are facilities in the mobilization of entrepreneurs from that country, with a view to embody the projects and programs previously defined by the Government.
Without revealing the values in question, he stated that the investments mentioned, especially in the energy sector, will be made by Israeli businesspeople, without the participation of the Angolan government, which will be responsible for paying for the product for 25 years.
For three days, Oren Rosenblat, who is being accompanied by the governor of Lunda Sul, Daiel Neto, will check the state of transport in the province, the agricultural potential of the region, housing infrastructures, the energy and water sector, the thermal power plant of Txicumina and Nhama.
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