Ambassador André Panzo presents credentials in Cote D'Ivoire

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Luanda - The Angolan ambassador André Panzo presented Friday his credentials to the Head of State of Cote D'Ivoire, Alassane Ouatara.

During the ceremony, which took place at the Presidential Palace, President Alassane Ouatara invited Angola to take its place in the economic development of Cote D'Ivoire, based on reciprocal advantages, mainly in the energy sector (oil).

The West African country´s statesman also said that the two countries should play a role in the area of security, in relation to the fight against piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, under the auspices of ECOWAS and SADC mechanisms.

Alassane Ouatara also made an approach to the electoral process, which saw the RHDP party candidate receive 94.27 per cent of the vote.

The Angolan diplomat, on his turn, expressed his willingness to work on strengthening bilateral relations between Angola and Cote D'Ivoire.

Andre Panzo noted that the two countries had potential that should be exploited for the benefit of their peoples.

During the ceremony, which took place at the Presidential Palace, President Alassane Ouatara invited Angola to take its place in the economic development of Cote D'Ivoire, based on reciprocal advantages, mainly in the energy sector (oil).

The West African country´s statesman also said that the two countries should play a role in the area of security, in relation to the fight against piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, under the auspices of ECOWAS and SADC mechanisms.

Alassane Ouatara also made an approach to the electoral process, which saw the RHDP party candidate receive 94.27 per cent of the vote.

The Angolan diplomat, on his turn, expressed his willingness to work on strengthening bilateral relations between Angola and Cote D'Ivoire.

Andre Panzo noted that the two countries had potential that should be exploited for the benefit of their peoples.