Tue, 26 Mar 2019 18:46 - Updated Tue, 26 Mar 2019 18:58
President gets message from Congo's leader Sassou Nguesso
Luanda - The Angolan President, João Lourenço, received today (Tuesday) the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Congo, Jean Claude Gakosso, who delivered a message from the Congolese Head of State, Denis Sassou Nguesso.
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President of Republic, João Lourenço (right) gets message from Congolese counterpart Denis Sassou Nguesso
At the end of the meeting, the special envoy of Dennis Sassou Nguesso, who in April of last year was in Luanda for the same purpose, did not make any statements to the press.
Last Saturday (23), President Dennis Sassou Nguesso was in the Angolan village of Cuito Cuanavale, province of Cuando Cubango, on the occasion of the Liberation Day of Southern Africa, marked on 23 March.
Dennis Sassou Nguesso assumes the rotating presidency of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (CIRGL), a regional organization to which Angola belongs.
Angola and Congo maintain cooperation relations in the political-diplomatic, transport, petroleum, trade, tourism and environment domains.
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Luanda - Angola's experience in finding solutions for the Great Lakes Region was the basis of a meeting between the country's permanent representative to the UN, Maria dos Reis Ferreira, and the UN Secretary General's special envoy, to the Great Lakes region, Huang Xia.
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Luanda - The commander of the “Ngola Kiluanje P200” ship belonging to Angolan War Navy (MGA), Luís da Silva, said on Monday that the vessel is equipped with technology to track pirate boats illegally operating in the country’s maritime coast.
- 26/03/2019 11:00:21
Luanda - The Operation Transparency, which since Monday is being expanded to Angola's maritime coast to prevent and combat illegal fishing, smuggling and human trafficking, has available over 50 patrol boats and five helicopters equipped with technology for efficient and timely neutralization of any criminal activity happening in the country's littoral zone.