Mon, 14 Nov 2011 13:28 - Updated Tue, 15 Nov 2011 09:55
Angolan ambassador pledges to boost cooperation with South Korea
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Seoul - The Angolan extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador to South Korea, Albino Malungo, pledged on Monday in Seoul to work to boost investments of both countries and bilateral cooperation.
Albino Malungo said so during his accreditation in the Blue Palace, in Seoul, where he handed over the credentials to South Korean president, Lee Myung-bak.
The diplomat was rejoiced at the presence in Angola of South Korean companies such as Hyunday, Samsung, LG and others.
In his turn, president Lee Myung-bak congratulated Albino Malungo on being the first Angolan ambassador based in South Korea which, he said, he hopes will contribute to the strengthening of cooperation between both countries.
The South Korean president recalled that he is awaiting the visit of his Angolan counterpart, José Eduardo dos Santos, to his country, in response to an invitation to the African statesman.