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Tue, 06 Mar 2018 12:56 - Updated Tue, 06 Mar 2018 12:55

Serguey Lavrov ends visit

Luanda - The Russian Federation's Foreign Minister, Serguey Lavrov left Monday, Monday after a working visit of a few hours.

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In Luanda the Russian minister of Foreign Affairs was received by the Angolan head of state João Lourenço Monday whith whom analysed with the strengthening of bilateral relations, according to a press released from the Civil Affairs Office of the President of Republic.

Angola/Russia relations date back to 8 October 1976, when the two countries signed Friendship and Cooperation Treaty in Moscow.

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