Fri, 03 May 2019 19:20 - Updated Fri, 03 May 2019 19:19
Angola and Uneca aim to boost cooperation
Addis Ababa - Angola and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) are planning to boost and strengthen bilateral cooperation, and a visit by the Executive Secretary of this organization, Vera Songwe, to Luanda, is planned soon.
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According to a statement issued by Angolan diplomatic representatives on Friday (03), this aspect was discussed in Addis Ababa, UNECA's headquarters during the presentation of Credential letters by the ambassador of Angola to Ethiopia and Permanent Representative of the African Union and Economic Commission for Africa, Francisco da Cruz.
On the occasion, the diplomat referred to the programs undertaken by the Angolan government, such as the fight against corruption and the diversification of the economy, given the crisis caused by the world's low oil prices, the country's main export.
Promoting Africa's growth and economic development, citizens inclusion, as well as increasing cooperation and integration of African states, are included in the purposes of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.
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