Italy wants to increase investments in Angola

  • National Assembly Speaker Fernando da Piedade dias dos Santos (R) receives Italian ambassador Cristiano Gallo
Luanda – Italy has expressed interest in exchange of information with Angola on combat the corruption and increase its investments in the country, mainly in agriculture field.

The assurance came from the European country’s ambassador to Angola, Cristiano Gallo, at the end of an audience granted by National Assembly Speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.

 

Apart from the exchange of information on combat corruption and transparency, the diploma also mentioned the turnover increase, which currently stands at USD 800 million, as priority.

 

He defended increase in Inter-Parliamentary cooperation between the countries, adding that with a cooperation history the both states

may do better.

 

“We hope a good cooperation with all economic and finance entities of Angola”, stressed the ambassador.  

 

Cooperation relations between Angola and Brazil date back to 1977, when both countries signed a Memorandum that instituted the Bilateral Commission, previously called Mixed Commission of Cooperation.

 

The assurance came from the European country’s ambassador to Angola, Cristiano Gallo, at the end of an audience granted by National Assembly Speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.

 

Apart from the exchange of information on combat corruption and transparency, the diploma also mentioned the turnover increase, which currently stands at USD 800 million, as priority.

 

He defended increase in Inter-Parliamentary cooperation between the countries, adding that with a cooperation history the both states

may do better.

 

“We hope a good cooperation with all economic and finance entities of Angola”, stressed the ambassador.  

 

Cooperation relations between Angola and Brazil date back to 1977, when both countries signed a Memorandum that instituted the Bilateral Commission, previously called Mixed Commission of Cooperation.