Fri, 15 Mar 2019 18:34 - Updated Fri, 15 Mar 2019 18:34
US official agenda aims promoting investments
Luanda, March 15 (ANGOP) - The United States Assistant Secretary of State, John J. Sullivan, visits Angola as from 18-19 March to promote American trade and investment.
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According to the US official John Sullivan working agenda that reached ANGOP on Friday, reads that he will meet Angolan President João Lourenço as well as co-chair a US-Angola Strategic Dialogue session with the minister of Foreign Affairs of Angola, Manuel Augusto.
John Sullivan will also meet with the business community, represented in the United States - Angola Chamber of Commerce (USAAC) and the American Chamber in Angola (AmCham-Angola).
Yet the US official in this meeting will highlight the importance of expanding economic and commercial ties between the two countries on the basis of mutual respect.
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