Angolan Head of State writes to AU Commission chairperson 

  • Presidente João Lourenço recebe em audiência envida especial do Presidente da República Centro Africana
Luanda - A message from Angolan head of state, João Lourenço, was delivered this Monday to the chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, at the organisation's headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

A press release said that the message, whose content had not been revealed, was delivered by Angola's Permanent Representative to the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Francisco José da Cruz, who is also the Angolan ambassador to Ethiopia.

The Angolan Permanent Representation's Note states that the meeting dealt with the ongoing process of institutional reform of the AU, the elections to senior positions in the African Union Commission, scheduled for February 2021, and the peace and security situation on the continent.

For the renewal of the African Union Commission's 2021-2024 mandates, Angola is running for re-election of engineer Josefa Sacko as Commissioner for Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment.

The inclusion of other Angolan officials in the AU structures was also discussed at the meeting, which was attended by diplomats from the Angolan embassy, including the Defence Attaché, Carlos Francisco Santos.

 

A press release said that the message, whose content had not been revealed, was delivered by Angola's Permanent Representative to the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Francisco José da Cruz, who is also the Angolan ambassador to Ethiopia.

The Angolan Permanent Representation's Note states that the meeting dealt with the ongoing process of institutional reform of the AU, the elections to senior positions in the African Union Commission, scheduled for February 2021, and the peace and security situation on the continent.

For the renewal of the African Union Commission's 2021-2024 mandates, Angola is running for re-election of engineer Josefa Sacko as Commissioner for Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment.

The inclusion of other Angolan officials in the AU structures was also discussed at the meeting, which was attended by diplomats from the Angolan embassy, including the Defence Attaché, Carlos Francisco Santos.