Angola and Kenya strengthen cooperation

  • Ministro das Relações Exteriores, Téte António (arquivo)
Luanda - The Foreign ministers of Angola and Kenya Thursday in Nairobi analysed the state of cooperation between the two countries and the strengthening of bilateral relations.

Ministers Téte António, for Angola, and Raychelle Awuor Omamo, for Kenya, led their respective delegations, according to a statement from the Angolan Foreign Ministry.

The statement said that Téte António arrived Thursday in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, for a 24-hour working visit at the invitation of his Kenyan counterpart.

The agenda of the head of Angolan diplomacy includes other meetings aimed at boosting bilateral cooperation.

Kenyans and Angolans have had friendly relations since 1961, before Angola's independence, proclaimed on 11 November 1975.

In 2012, the two countries signed three legal instruments, namely the General Agreement on Scientific Technical and Cultural Economic Cooperation, the Memorandum of Understanding on Political Consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and the Agreement on the creation of the Bilateral Commission.

 

Ministers Téte António, for Angola, and Raychelle Awuor Omamo, for Kenya, led their respective delegations, according to a statement from the Angolan Foreign Ministry.

The statement said that Téte António arrived Thursday in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, for a 24-hour working visit at the invitation of his Kenyan counterpart.

The agenda of the head of Angolan diplomacy includes other meetings aimed at boosting bilateral cooperation.

Kenyans and Angolans have had friendly relations since 1961, before Angola's independence, proclaimed on 11 November 1975.

In 2012, the two countries signed three legal instruments, namely the General Agreement on Scientific Technical and Cultural Economic Cooperation, the Memorandum of Understanding on Political Consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and the Agreement on the creation of the Bilateral Commission.