Cândida Teixeira new ambassador to Panama

  • Angolan ambassador to Cuba Cândida Teixeira
Luanda – Maria Cândida Pereira Teixeira presented Wednesday her credentials to Panama as Angolan ambassador to the American country.

The Angolan ambassador presented her letters and credentials to the minister of Foreign Affairs of Panana, Dayra Carrizo Cartillero.

 

The presentation ceremony of the new ambassador to Panama, a country located in the isthmus that unites of the South America to Central America, was held via videoconference due to covid-19.

 

Maria Cândida Teixeira has permanent residence in Havana, Cuba.

 

A statement released by Angolan Embassy in Havana, states that the Angolan diplomat expressed, on behalf of the Angolan Government, gratitude for this opportunity and expressed the desire to contribute to the strengthening of the bilateral ties in various field, based on a common advantage.

 

In turn, the minister of Foreign Affairs of Panama granted approval to the new Angolan non-resident ambassador to Panama, stating that both countries should focus on peace, understanding and world stability.

 

The minister stressed the importance of relationship between Angola and Panama, going back almost 32 years.

The Angolan ambassador presented her letters and credentials to the minister of Foreign Affairs of Panana, Dayra Carrizo Cartillero.

 

The presentation ceremony of the new ambassador to Panama, a country located in the isthmus that unites of the South America to Central America, was held via videoconference due to covid-19.

 

Maria Cândida Teixeira has permanent residence in Havana, Cuba.

 

A statement released by Angolan Embassy in Havana, states that the Angolan diplomat expressed, on behalf of the Angolan Government, gratitude for this opportunity and expressed the desire to contribute to the strengthening of the bilateral ties in various field, based on a common advantage.

 

In turn, the minister of Foreign Affairs of Panama granted approval to the new Angolan non-resident ambassador to Panama, stating that both countries should focus on peace, understanding and world stability.

 

The minister stressed the importance of relationship between Angola and Panama, going back almost 32 years.