Angolan Head of State distinguished by Guinean State

  • Angolan President distinguished by Guinean State
Conakry - The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, last Friday in Conakry was distinguished by his Guinean counterpart, Alpha Condé, with the Grand National Order of the Republic of Guinea.

João Lourenço, who arrived in Conakry on Thursday (29) for a state visit, received the distinction that recognizes high level merit and loyalty. He is the second Angolan Head of State to get such distinction, the first one having been the country’s first leader, António Agostinho Neto.

 

Meanwhile, on Friday, the governments of Angola and Guinea signed, in Conakry, a memorandum of understanding on Political Consultations – that was witnessed by the two heads of State – which makes provisions for the holding of the Second Joint Bilateral Commission, set to happen in November this year, in Conakry.    

 

The agreement was signed by the Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte Antóni, and his Guinean counterpart, Ibrahima Khalil Kaba.

 

The two countries are also hoping that this move will seep up an agreement on migratory matters.

 

This Saturday, President João Lourenço is to hold a meeting with Guinea’s former military that fought in Angola, plus a meeting with President Alpha Condé.

João Lourenço, who arrived in Conakry on Thursday (29) for a state visit, received the distinction that recognizes high level merit and loyalty. He is the second Angolan Head of State to get such distinction, the first one having been the country’s first leader, António Agostinho Neto.

 

Meanwhile, on Friday, the governments of Angola and Guinea signed, in Conakry, a memorandum of understanding on Political Consultations – that was witnessed by the two heads of State – which makes provisions for the holding of the Second Joint Bilateral Commission, set to happen in November this year, in Conakry.    

 

The agreement was signed by the Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte Antóni, and his Guinean counterpart, Ibrahima Khalil Kaba.

 

The two countries are also hoping that this move will seep up an agreement on migratory matters.

 

This Saturday, President João Lourenço is to hold a meeting with Guinea’s former military that fought in Angola, plus a meeting with President Alpha Condé.