Angola and Vietnam address boosting cooperation

Luanda - Angola's ambasador to Vietnam, Agostinho Fernandes, discussed this Friday with the director of the Africa and Middle East Department of the Asian nation's Ministry for Foreign Affairs, issues related to the strengthening of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.


According to a press release that Angop had access to, during the meeting political, diplomatic, technical and scientific, commercial and investment cooperation was discussed.

The source adds that the diplomat was accompanied by the deputy director of the same Department, Kim Quy, to congratulate the Government and People of Angola on the national independence festivities celebrated on 11th November.

Vietnam has expressed interest in deepening relations in the agricultural sector, with the strong desire to participate in the process of diversification of the national economy.

The Socialist Republic of Vietnam was one of the first countries to recognise the independence of Angola, when they established diplomatic relations. The opening of the Asian country embassy in Luanda took place in 1976.

In 1978, the two countries signed the General Cooperation Agreement, an instrument which served as basis for the opening of several protocols inserted in the social, economic and technical-scientific areas.


According to a press release that Angop had access to, during the meeting political, diplomatic, technical and scientific, commercial and investment cooperation was discussed.

The source adds that the diplomat was accompanied by the deputy director of the same Department, Kim Quy, to congratulate the Government and People of Angola on the national independence festivities celebrated on 11th November.

Vietnam has expressed interest in deepening relations in the agricultural sector, with the strong desire to participate in the process of diversification of the national economy.

The Socialist Republic of Vietnam was one of the first countries to recognise the independence of Angola, when they established diplomatic relations. The opening of the Asian country embassy in Luanda took place in 1976.

In 1978, the two countries signed the General Cooperation Agreement, an instrument which served as basis for the opening of several protocols inserted in the social, economic and technical-scientific areas.