President meeting with Jake Sullivan strengthens strategic partnership

  • Nina Maria Fite, embaixadora dos EUA em Angola (Arquivo)
Luanda - The United States ambassador to Angola, Nina Fite, Monday said that the audience of the Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, to the National Security Adviser of the US President, Jake Sullivan, strengthens the strategic partnership.

According to the US diplomat, during the meeting there was a "broad" approach on matters of common interest.

She said it was good to have this type of approach between Angola and the US, stressing that it was part of the cooperation and relations in various areas.

President Lourenço is in the United States since Saturday to take part in the general debate of the 76th session of the General Assembly, to be held from 21 to 27 September, in which he will speak next Thursday.

He flew to the US capital, where tonight he will be honoured by the International Foundation for Conservation of the Environment (ICCF), during the organisation's annual gala, which will award him a prize for his leadership in environmental conservation.

The Angolan statesman will make a speech at the event.

Still in Washington, President Joao Lourenço is scheduled to meet with the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and the leaders of the Foreign Relations committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Today he gave an interview to "The Washington Post", the second largest daily newspaper in the country after the "New York Times".

With a daily circulation of 356,768 as of 2015 and 838,014 on Sundays (2013),the newspaper has won 69 Pulitzer Prizes (awarded to people with outstanding work in journalism, literature and music composition).

 

 

According to the US diplomat, during the meeting there was a "broad" approach on matters of common interest.

She said it was good to have this type of approach between Angola and the US, stressing that it was part of the cooperation and relations in various areas.

President Lourenço is in the United States since Saturday to take part in the general debate of the 76th session of the General Assembly, to be held from 21 to 27 September, in which he will speak next Thursday.

He flew to the US capital, where tonight he will be honoured by the International Foundation for Conservation of the Environment (ICCF), during the organisation's annual gala, which will award him a prize for his leadership in environmental conservation.

The Angolan statesman will make a speech at the event.

Still in Washington, President Joao Lourenço is scheduled to meet with the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and the leaders of the Foreign Relations committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Today he gave an interview to "The Washington Post", the second largest daily newspaper in the country after the "New York Times".

With a daily circulation of 356,768 as of 2015 and 838,014 on Sundays (2013),the newspaper has won 69 Pulitzer Prizes (awarded to people with outstanding work in journalism, literature and music composition).