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Mon, 25 Feb 2019 18:26 - Updated Wed, 27 Feb 2019 17:37

Ambassador calls for cooperation between Angop and Wafa

Luanda, Feb 25 (ANGOP) - The ambassador of the State of Palestine to Angola, Najah Addularahman, has expressed his intention to establish a cooperation protocol between the news agencies Angola Press "Angop" of Angola, and "Wafa" of Palestine, with the intention of disseminating the news of the two countries.

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Embaixador do Estado da Palestina em Angola Najah Addulrahman

Photo: Tarcísio Vilela

CEO of Angop, Josué Isaias (left) receives ambassador of the State of Palestine to Angola, Najah Addularahman

Photo: Tarcísio Vilela

The idea was expressed on Monday in Luanda by the Palestinian diplomat, after a visit to the facilities of Angop, explaining that the protocol is in the "good way" and will also cover the area of training of cadres.

The ambassador of the State of Palestine in Angola, Najah Addularahman, was received by the Chairman of the Angop Board of Directors, Josué Isaías.

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