Algerian minister to visit Angola

  • A view of Luanda City
Luanda – Algerian Foreign Affairs minister Sabri Bokadoum is expected Wednesday in Luanda for a 24-hour working visit to Angola, said a press release issued by Angola's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mirex).

According to the source, Algerian top diplomat bears a message from his country’s president, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to his Angolan counterpart, João Lourenço. 

Sabri Bokadoum´s visiting agenda includes a private meeting with the Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António on Thursday morning. 

The programme features meeting between the delegations from the two countries, being co-chaired by both countries top diplomats, prior to return to his country on Thursday.

Angola and Algeria friendship and fraternity cooperation date back to the national liberation struggle for independence of their respective countries and peoples.

Cooperation between both States includes political and diplomatic.

The two countries also enjoy cooperation in economic, commercial, defence and internal order domains, mineral and oil resources, tourism, staff training and investment promotion.

 

According to the source, Algerian top diplomat bears a message from his country’s president, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to his Angolan counterpart, João Lourenço. 

Sabri Bokadoum´s visiting agenda includes a private meeting with the Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António on Thursday morning. 

The programme features meeting between the delegations from the two countries, being co-chaired by both countries top diplomats, prior to return to his country on Thursday.

Angola and Algeria friendship and fraternity cooperation date back to the national liberation struggle for independence of their respective countries and peoples.

Cooperation between both States includes political and diplomatic.

The two countries also enjoy cooperation in economic, commercial, defence and internal order domains, mineral and oil resources, tourism, staff training and investment promotion.