Angolan President meets with Turkish counterpart

  • Angolan President (l) meets with Turkish counterpart
Luanda – The presidents of Angola, João Lourenço, and of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, addressed this Tuesday, in Ankara, cooperation between the two states.

The Angolan President's first day of work in Ankara began at the Ataturk Mausoleum, where he laid down a wreath and signed the book of honour. 

 

For Wednesday, the last day of the visit, João Lourenço will participate in a business forum with dozens of businesspeople, to whom he will present Angola's economic potential and the multiple initiatives aimed at progressively improving the business environment. 

 

The Angolan Head of State is accompanied by a government delegation that will initiate, in parallel, various contacts with the Turkish authorities, with a view to strengthening bilateral cooperation. 

 

Diplomatic relations between Angola and Turkey date back to 1980. The two countries have cooperation agreements in the areas of trade, agriculture, education, culture, defence, justice and sport. 

 

In Angola, Turkey has investments in the provinces of Luanda and Uíge, in the areas of industry, commerce, education and civil construction.  

The Angolan President's first day of work in Ankara began at the Ataturk Mausoleum, where he laid down a wreath and signed the book of honour. 

 

For Wednesday, the last day of the visit, João Lourenço will participate in a business forum with dozens of businesspeople, to whom he will present Angola's economic potential and the multiple initiatives aimed at progressively improving the business environment. 

 

The Angolan Head of State is accompanied by a government delegation that will initiate, in parallel, various contacts with the Turkish authorities, with a view to strengthening bilateral cooperation. 

 

Diplomatic relations between Angola and Turkey date back to 1980. The two countries have cooperation agreements in the areas of trade, agriculture, education, culture, defence, justice and sport. 

 

In Angola, Turkey has investments in the provinces of Luanda and Uíge, in the areas of industry, commerce, education and civil construction.