Luanda - Angola’s ambassador to Congo, Vicente Muanda, discussed Tuesday, in Brazzaville, during an audience with Congolese minister of Hydrocarbons, Jean Marc Thystere Tchicaya, the mechanism to strengthen oil cooperation between the two countries.More about this news
Luanda - A group of UK investors Wednesday expressed availability to support the process of diversification of the Angolan economy, having announced plans to invest in the coming months up to USD 20 billion in areas such as agriculture and infrastructure.
Luanda - Angola and Uruguay recognised last Tuesday that there has been a progress in the bilateral relation and pledged to strengthen it having into account the values of democracy, liberty and rule of law.
Luanda - The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, met on Monday with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay, Rodolfo Nin Novoa, with whom he analyzed the strengthening of cooperation between the two countries.
Luanda - Four legal instruments, in the areas of visa facilitation, businessmen, customs cooperation and mutual administrative assistance, higher education, science, technology and innovation, as well as at the level of the Higher Institute of International Relations and the Diplomatic Academy of Uruguay were signed on Monday in Luanda between the Angolan and Uruguayan authorities.
Luanda - The exports of Angola to Portugal have grown considerably in recent times, a fact that makes the bilateral co-operation balanced, said last Friday in Luanda the Portuguese Foreign minister, Augusto Santos Silva.
Luanda - Angolan Foreign Affairs Minister, Manuel Augusto said Friday in Luanda that government hopes that through dialogue; a peaceful solution will be reached to overcome the current political crisis in Venezuela.
Luanda -The Foreign Affairs minister of Portugal, Augusto Santos Silva, arrived Thursday, in Luanda, for a two-day State visit to prepare the visit of the president of this European country to Angola in March this year.
Luanda - The Portuguese Foreign Affairs minister, Augusto Santos Silva, is expected to arrive in Luanda this Thursday, with the aim of preparing the state visit of the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, scheduled to take place in March this year.